Diggy wants B Free to leave his lady at home so they can hit the club.
Detroit rapper B Free, real name Brenton Freeman, was introduced to Diggy Simmons through Big Sean's close friend Earlly Mac. The two later decided to collaborate on a track together, birthing the single "All Mine." According to HipHopDX, the Nick Margetic-directed music video was shot in B Free's hometown of Detroit and shows the rapper cuffed up at home with his girl, spending all of his free time cuddling with his lady. That's when Diggy gives his friend a call and lets him know it's time to take a break and party for the night.
B Free told HipHopDX, “Sometimes collaborations can feel awkward or forced, but with Diggy, it was natural from the second I landed [in L.A.].” Simmons said, “There’s a lot of people that are talented but can’t capitalize on it to make great music. 'All Mine' is great music. When B Free played the track for me we just hit the gas – it was seamless.”