Monique Noriega b.k.a Diamonique is an established rapper, singer, producer, and actor. Her music has been played in many different markets. She’s worked with the Avila Brothers, Fingazz, Chino XL, Xzibit, Jon B, Dj Quik, Scoop DeVille, Dr. Stank, The Co-Stars, Wardell Potts Jr. (Shalamar), and many more. Opening up for artists like Pitbull, Lil Jon, Ying Yang Twinz, D12, Ice Cube, Paul Wall, Marcus Houston, Psycho Realm, Kid Frost, and many more. Her energy on stage is magnetic and she is more than able to connect with her audience and rock any crowd. Born in Los Angeles, Ca. and raised in the Inland Empire, Ca. Diamonique always gravitated towards art and music since a very young age. The first time she had recorded was at age 13, and most people were amazed by the big voice that came out of her little body. By age 15 she was already signed to a production deal with the platinum hit-makers, the Avila Brothers. She connected with several producers and upcoming artists throughout the years and eventually made a name for herself.
She has released albums, mixtapes, toured across the states, and country. She has also attended The Los Angeles Film School to further her knowledge in music and film. These days she is working towards developing her brand DCPZ. Her skills are precisely sharpened, from creating a score, filming/editing videos, recording music, writing, and performing.
Recently acting came into the picture for her, with a supporting role in the feature film "End Of Watch" directed by David Ayer starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, and America Ferrera; the film was released in theaters summer of 2012. Diamonique has also written music for the “Down For Life” soundtrack and the opening track for a film called “Filly Brown”, produced by Cima Productions and Edward James Olmos. She has done voice over work for the video game "Grand Theft Auto V". She has written and performed the end title song for a film called "Killer Holiday". Her song called "Yes I Do" also just recently got placed in a new film called "The Bounce Back" starring Shemar Moore, directed by Youssef Delara. The latest projects include a film called "Myra" and a short film called "Monday" directed by Dinh Thai of Art & State Tv. "Monday" is currently streaming on all HBO platforms. Diamonique is in her own lane and will continue to create unique art in as many ways that she can.