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PRESS: Rolling Stone: How The Daughter of Wu-Tang’s RZA Started Singing Country Music with Her Mom

PRESS: Rolling Stone: How The Daughter of Wu-Tang’s RZA Started Singing Country Music with Her Mom


"O.N.E. the Duo — the mother-daughter team of Tekitha and Prana Supreme Diggs — have hip-hop roots but record acoustic music with a country and Americana bent.


Back in 2014, Tekitha would host electrifying jam sessions where she’d invite musicians, poets, rappers and visual artists to her home for a night of creativity and collaboration. For her daughter Prana Supreme Diggs, those nights were a chance to sing alongside a group of dynamic artists. One evening after the mother and daughter wowed guests with some freestyling, the younger performer had a thought: “‘What if we sang and wrote our own songs together?’” Diggs recalls asking her mother.
Tekitha immediately shot down the idea. But Diggs — Tekitha’s daughter with Wu-Tang Clan’s de-facto leader RZA — wouldn’t take “no” for an answer. Well aware of how challenging the music business could be for young girls, she figured working with her mother would be ideal. “I felt like if I wanted to do music, or if I wanted to be in the arts, no one would better protect me than my mom,” Diggs says over Zoom from her family’s dining room. “And she’s not a stage mom. She’s not trying to live vicariously through her child.”


Check out our interview with Rolling Stone Magazine!

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