Diamond Enlists Dr. Teeth for Lotta Money Video, and Gets Major Support from Atlanta Music Scene Including Princess
Houston, Texas – Jive Recording Artist Diamond recently shot the video for her highly anticipated label debut, “Lotta Money” in her hometown of Atlanta. The video directed by veteran film/TV/video director John “Dr. Teeth” Tucker, via his production company Director’s Cutt Media, and the entire Atlanta music scene came out to support her.
Diamond’s first single from her forthcoming project, “Lotta Money,” has been gaining momentum thanks largely in part to the strong fan and DJ response. “Lotta Money is being received very well by the fans and DJs alike. They are definitely a large part of the momentum that is propelling the single to radio stations across the country.” The record was produced by Dallas based hitmmaker, producer Recka, and is already getting spins in major markets. This perfect union was brought together by long time industry veteran Mic Moodswing, who spearheads the management team that represents both talents.
To create the imagery for the song Diamond enlisted the services of Dr. Teeth. She also worked with him on her hit single “Superbad” (Produced by Cee-Lo), that went on to become MTV Jam of the Week, and throughout her career with Crime Mob. “Teeth and I go way back and work very well together. He’s great at telling stories to go along with the music,” Diamond explains. Dr. Teeth is known throughout the music industry for his work with artist such as TI, Chamillionaire, and Paul Wall, and most recently his Director’s Cutt Media production company has been creating original content for networks, including BET’s “The Package,” and preparing for it’s first feature film release with Comedian Miks Epps, “Overdraft.” “Its always a pleasure to work with Diamond, she always a professionals and brings a very unique energy to the set.”
The video shoot garnered a lot of attention and support in the rapper’s hometown of Atlanta. Celebs such as Gucci Mane, Yung Joc, Lil Bankhead, Nivea, Dj Holiday, Lil Chuckee, Verse Simmonds, and DJ Scream came to the shoot to offer support and make cameo appearances. The video was also the catalyst for a reunion between Diamond and Princess, who is also featured in the video. “I am very grateful for the support my city consistently shows me, its priceless.”
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