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One of music’s most respected and premier “rapper’s rapper” – regardless of gender – Rashia Fisher aka RAH DIGGA, has been writing and performing hip hop since she was a young teen. Though the Newark native came from very humble beginnings, she was awarded a full scholarship through the National Honor Society and able to attend a private high school in Maryland where she graduated as the class salutatorian. She would enter the nationally renowned New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) to study electrical engineering. However, the calling of hip hop was just too great, and after a year she left NJIT to pursue a career in music. Soonafter, Rah exploded on the music scene when she caught the eye of A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip, as she was throwing down at New York’s famed SOB for Lyricist Lounge – and eight months pregnant. Q-Tip introduced Rah to Busta Rhymes, and she’s never looked back… It wasn’t long before Rah would be featured on some of hip-hop’s most ground-breaking and influential projects, from Grammy winners and nominees to platinum juggernauts to gold gems, including: The Fugees’ The Score (“Cowboys”); DJ Clue’s The Professional, Pt. 2 (“Getting It”); several Busta projects – When Disaster Strikes (”We Could Take It Outside”), Genesis (“Betta Stay Up in Your House”); and It Ain’t Safe No More (“I Know What You Want”), just to name a few… A prolific songwriter, Rah also has her own publishing Rah Digga Music. Though Rah’s musical talents as a performer and songwriter have been clear from the very beginning, over the last several years she has also revealed yet another great talent – acting. Starring along side Beyonce and Wyclef Jean, Rah made her debut in MTV’s Carmen: A Hip Hopera. She was also able to display her comedy skills as a guest star on FOX’s “MAD TV.” Though she was featured in two hip hop documentaries, Rah made her acting film debut in Thirteen Ghosts with Emmy-winning actor, Tony Shalhoub (“Monk”) and Oscar winner, F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus). Her next project is Diary of a Champion, a film about the 2004 Olympics, which is still currently in development. Rah is also preparing to release her 3rd studio album, SUCKA FREE. http://www.facebook.com/RahDiggaMusic

One of music’s most respected and premier “rapper’s rapper” – regardless of gender – Rashia Fisher aka RAH DIGGA, has been writing and performing hip hop since she was a young teen. Though the Newark native came from very humble beginnings, she was awarded a full scholarship through the National Honor Society and able to attend a private high school in Maryland where she graduated as the class salutatorian. She would enter the nationally renowned New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) to study electrical engineering. However, the calling of hip hop was just too great, and after a year she left NJIT to pursue a career in music. Soonafter, Rah exploded on the music scene when she caught the eye of A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip, as she was throwing down at New York’s famed SOB for Lyricist Lounge – and eight months pregnant. Q-Tip introduced Rah to Busta Rhymes, and she’s never looked back… It wasn’t long before Rah would be featured on some of hip-hop’s most ground-breaking and influential projects, from Grammy winners and nominees to platinum juggernauts to gold gems, including: The Fugees’ The Score (“Cowboys”); DJ Clue’s The Professional, Pt. 2 (“Getting It”); several Busta projects – When Disaster Strikes (”We Could Take It Outside”), Genesis (“Betta Stay Up in Your House”); and It Ain’t Safe No More (“I Know What You Want”), just to name a few… A prolific songwriter, Rah also has her own publishing Rah Digga Music. Though Rah’s musical talents as a performer and songwriter have been clear from the very beginning, over the last several years she has also revealed yet another great talent – acting. Starring along side Beyonce and Wyclef Jean, Rah made her debut in MTV’s Carmen: A Hip Hopera. She was also able to display her comedy skills as a guest star on FOX’s “MAD TV.” Though she was featured in two hip hop documentaries, Rah made her acting film debut in Thirteen Ghosts with Emmy-winning actor, Tony Shalhoub (“Monk”) and Oscar winner, F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus). Her next project is Diary of a Champion, a film about the 2004 Olympics, which is still currently in development. Rah is also preparing to release her 3rd studio album, SUCKA FREE. http://www.facebook.com/RahDiggaMusic

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