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Meet Diggy Simmons in NYC

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Includes: 2 tickets to a show or event Diggy is appearing at in New York City in the next year with a meet & greet and photo opportunity. Diggy's schedule is not set yet but he is a busy guy so there is always plenty!

Daniel (Diggy) Simmons is the son of rapper and Run-DMC co-founder Joseph Simmons with his second wife Justine. At the age of 15, Diggy is the fourth child of Joseph Simmons and is the elder brother to Russy Simmons and Miley Simmons the newest member of the Simmons family. He was signed to Atlantic Records this year and announced plans for his second mixtape, Airborne set set to release Friday, August 13th. On June 4, 2010 he released a song from the mixtape, "Great Expectations", featuring Bei Maejor. On July 15, 2010 freestyle from the mixtape was released called "Little Monster." In August/September 2010 Diggy's sneaker line "Chivalrous Culture" will be released.

Bid now for a chance to meet Diggy this year with a friend in NYC!
Donated by: Diggy Simmons

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Please see above. Date/location based on availability and must be redeemed within one year of the close of the auction. Cannot be re-auctioned, resold or transferred. Airfare, transportation and accommodations not included.
Lot #209170

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Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation
Founded in 1995 by brothers Russell, Danny and Joseph "Rev. Run" Simmons, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is dedicated to providing disadvantaged urban youth with significant exposure and access to the arts, as well as providing exhibition opportunities to under-represented artists and artists of color. With the ongoing generous support of our sponsors, patrons and friends, Rush Philanthropic will continue to provide art education opportunities for even more youth and enrich the cultural landscape of our city.


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