Rhys Herbert, a British rapper known as Digga D, is a member of the UK drill called CGM. His community generally acknowledges him as the forefather of the British drill scene. The remix songs by Rhys, created at Pyrex and Double Tap Diaries, were loved so much that those songs reached No. 11 and No. 3 on the UK Albums Chart. However, a Criminal Behavior Order (CBO) was imposed against the group after several music videos garnered the attention of law enforcement. Throughout the publication of his songs, he was in and out of prison. Thus, before he turned twenty, Digga D got arrested three times.
As of 2023, Digga D's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Given Name||Rhys Herbert|
|Famous Name||Digga D|
|Source(s) of Fame||Singer, Rapper, and Songwriter|
|Date of Birth||June 29, 2000|
|Place of Birth||Ladbroke Grove, West London, UK|
|Relationships||Dating, Mya Mills,|
Rhys Herbert was born on June 29, 2000, and started his career by writing music even when he was so young. Digga D always appreciated and respected Jamaican reggae and dancehall greatly. One time, a search warrant against him was given out. After which, he was found in possession of cannabis. This got him dismissed from the Chelsea Academy. In 2015, Rhys and his friends created a training group 1011 at a youth facility in Ladbroke Grove. They released various Famous songs, i.e., Pagans & Kill confirmed, etc.
According to authorities, 1011 planned to attack a rival gang, 12World and claimed that they were making a drill music video. Digga was sentenced to a year in jail in a Criminal Behavior Order in 2018 after being found guilty of plotting and inciting a violent riot. After bearing consequences, he released songs “No Porkies” and “Who?” and his debut Mixtape named Double Tap Diaries. In only five days, the accompanying music video racked up 1.6 million views and earned a shout-out from Stormzy.
The song “Woi” was released in mid-2020, which got fame worldwide. “Chingy (It’s whatever),” another single also came out in October 2020. On his successes, a defending documentary Digga D was released on the BBC player, later broadcasted on BBC One.
On December 4, GRM Daily launched “Daily Duppy. ” Digga D teased a joint mixtape with Unknown T after meeting at Belmarsh Prison and recording music together. On February 4, 2021, AJ Tracey released the song “Bringing It Back.” The song debuted at No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart and topped the United Kingdom’s Official Trending Chart. On February 14, his single “Toxic,” accompanied by a music video, was released. Pyrex was lauded as the “highest-charting project and the top-charting independent UK Drill record so far.”
Later, Digga D and ArrDee released the single “Wasted,” which ranked among the top UK Singles. Then he released the song “2K17” on September 9, which also touched the number 26 on the chart board. Then, the release of songs and music videos continued making him earn a net worth of 3 Million at such a young age.
Digga D is a young, energetic, and enthusiast rapper of the era. He has a relationship with Mya Mills, who works as an influencer for him. They have good chemistry and are known to be comfortable being with each other.
Digga D has gained a considerable fan base as a teenager, which is quite a big thing for someone of his age group. The fact can be proved by his 1.2 million followers on his Instagram account, 123k on Facebook, and 66.9k on Twitter.
Digga D is a UK-based rapper, singer, and songwriter who has produced hit songs in his short career and now has a net worth of $3 million. He has also been to prison and has still managed to produce successful albums, mixtapes, and multiple back-to-backs hit singles.
Digga D has sometimes been associated with other Rappers such as Master Fatman, Brandon Lake, Howard McCrary, Charisse, Kyle Echarri, Rudy "Daboy" Fernandez, Hina Khan, Ajay Devgn, and Gippy Grewal.