Priscilla Star Diaz, AKA P-Star, visited CBC radio’s Q, talking with host Jian Gomeshi about her new documentary ‘P-Star Rising’, playing Jessica Ruiz on the 2009 version of The Electric Company on PBS, and more. P-Star was joined by the documentary’s filmmaker Gabriel Noble. Watch via YouTube below.
P-Star is out with the video to her debut single ‘Biggie Bounce’. Watch it online below.
10-year-old rapper P-Star, real name Priscilla Diaz, is featured on MTV’s ‘You Hear It First’. The pint-sized rapper talked about first showing off her skills to her father at the age of 7. “My father was cooking in the kitchen, and I said to him, ‘Yo Dad! Yo Dad, I can spit!’ And he was like, ‘Yo, if you spit at me, I’m gonna ground you for life!'” laughed Diaz. “He didn’t really know what spit meant. So I said, ‘Dad, lemme spit, please let me spit,’ and he said, ‘Go ahead, spit on your plate.’ So I started rhyming, and he dropped the plate in front of me and he said, ‘How in the world did you do that?’ He was bugging out.” Read more and watch the segment here.
The New York Daily News reports that on Friday, 10-year-old Priscilla Star Diaz, aka P-Star, went to Public School 79 in Harlem to film her first solo video, ‘Bounce Biggie Bounce’. Last year, she starred in MTV’s ‘Made’, and her debut album is set for release in June. “I feel cool, I love doing this,” she beamed during the shoot.