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Diamonds in the Dirt – Coming Soon to Millennium Extra

by Beckypublished on 22nd June 2022

Watch the trailer for Diamonds in the Dirt, coming soon to Millennium Extra. Baton Rouge is one of the hottest markets for talent in the rap genre. Their story is told through interviews and rare footage from rappers, producers, DJs, radio personalities, promoters, and prominent city and government officials who help shape the culture in the city.

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