Digga, The Producer Responsible For Cam’ron’s Earliest Hits & Children Of The Corn, Plays Rhythm Roulette (Video)

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Although Cam’ron’s music is commonly associated with the Roc-A-Fella Records-era sounds of Just Blaze, Kanye West, and The Heatmakerz, he came into vogue under the musical guidance of Darrell “Digga” Branch. The fellow Harlem native was the sound-source for Children Of The Corn, an early ’90s group which included Big L, Ma$e, Bloodshed, Herb McGruff, and Cam. In the years that followed, Digga worked with Lance “Un” Rivera at UnDeas, making joints for Cam like “357” and “Let Me Know,” in addition to tracks for Charli Baltimore. In the years that follow, Digga’s been working with everybody from Jay Z to Jennifer Lopez, all while maintaining a low profile.

In Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette series/game, Digga makes some digs, and flips them into a resulting beat that Heads might have no trouble imagining his top client on.

As Cam made good with Just Blaze, does Digga deserve that call?

Spotted at 2DopeBoyz.

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