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Rhys Herbert (born 29 June 2000),known professionally as Digga D, is a British rapper and songwriter. He gained recognition as part of the UK Drill collective 1011, which was later renamed to CGM. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of the UK drill scene.
Some of his music videos have garnered attention among law enforcement, resulting in a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) taken against the collective, and he has been in and out of prison during the singles and videos’ releases.Digga D was sent to prison three times before the age of 20.
He has had five singles that have placed in the UK Singles Chart; his mixtape albums, Double Tap Diaries and Made in the Pyrex, reached No. 11 and 3 on the UK Albums Chart.
In 2015, he formed the drill group 1011 along with his friends in a local youth club in Ladbroke Grove. The group was named after the W10 and W11 postal codes, and includes members Herbert, Yonas Girma, Micah Bedeau (Horrid1),Isaac Marshall, and Jordan Bedeau.They released several singles in 2016, including “Kill Confirmed”, “Play for the Pagans”, and “No Hook”.
On 9 November 2017, Digga D and members of 1011 were arrested in a stop and search in which they were carrying machetes and baseball bat’s. 1011 claimed they were making a drill music video, but police stated they were planning to attack a rival gang, 12 World.
Digga and 1011 were convicted of conspiracy to commit violent disorder, sentenced to a year in jail, and given a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) in 2018.
Four of the group’s music videos prior to the CBO were taken down. However, they were noted to have already amassed over ten million combined views, and would soon be uploaded by fans to their channels, where they continued to get more views. The group rebranded as CGM, an acronym for Cherish God More.