Winston-Salem’s own Diego Cool has been on the scene since 2006′ but hasn’t been discovered by anyone who believes in himself as much as himself until now. He’s been writting poetry since the age of 9, and for over a decade has studied the game and grew up in an influential generation of hip-hop. By keeping his roots dug into the soil, the craft itself of being a dope lyricist, but also accommodating the newer generations sounds and beats. There’s no reason why anyone who hasn’t heard Diego Cool yet has the most respect for his music ,especially when you find out he mixes and masters all of his own music, imagine if a grammy award winning engineer/producer sat in the studio with Diego.
Hip-Hop has always left an impact on Diego since his early childhood. He’s inspired by pain and the lifestyle. He uses it as a self-coping method, a tool to channel the inner pain and problems he faces during his life. His voice is his story.
Recently in a previous interview we discovered that Diego Cool just landed a partnership with a new indie label “Swaggertown Records“; he plans on releasing some music through their distribution. Diego Cool plans on releasing his second installament of “Sex Juice 2“, which is the sequel to his debut project.
Diego Cool just recently collaborated with his brother Jerry White on an official music video “Filthy”, after Jerry White released a video with Da Baby on “How They Gon Eat’