Walking in a never ending authenticated love for music is a native of Fayette, Mississippi named Dia Grover.  Growing up being exposed to only gospel, forced to sing gospel, and not allowed to explore the sounds of many different genres of music, Dia grew a love for R&B, especially that of the 90’s, mainly because of the encompassing elements of soul, jazz, hip hop, and rock.  Taking hold to the awesome sound and appearance, New Edition was the group that caught his attention with Bobby Brown being his favorite.  As he became a fan, Dia studied their moves, learned their songs, and this was the first group that he saw in live concert.  Dia was inspired to sing and write any style of music because his flexibility allows him to be able to create whatever is wanted based off any audience.  As the urgency to be a part of the industry grew more and more Dia decided to become more serious and started to create hilarious remakes of various songs. During this time a lot of his closer friends saw the gift that he carries in his musicianship and encouraged Dia to be his own and make his own style of music. No more hesitating Dia went online, purchased a beat, and in March 2017 he wrote his first single ‘Love you so’.  Often poetic, and boldly graceful, with an uncanny balance of his artistry, enabled Dia to be a part of the ‘Get Money Stop Hating Tour’ in Atlanta, GA and Memphis, TN.  As Dia continues to propel in his music career his most recent work is ‘I Got A Love Song’ which was inspired about intimate feelings he had for a young lady on Valentine’s Day.  The depths of Dia’s potential have yet to be explored however; his dream project is collaborating with Jamie Foxx. “Jamie Foxx’s style is so uniquely intertwined as he incorporates his singing talent with comedy” says Dia. Setting the tone to come distinctively as his own brings more diversity to the industry as well as his awesome flair.  Dia still on the move continues to elevate himself as he strives to be a more exceptional asset to the music industry.

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