Lunch & Nique


Lunch tha General

From the Inland Empire, Lunch tha General started putting out mixed tapes in 2006. He came out hard, hitting the streets with 3 releases in 1 week; Lunch “Reheated Vol 2”, Lunch “Eat and Defeat”, and the Lunch “IE Stand Up Mixtape Vol. 909” (hosted by Dantana & A.M.G). 

These mixtapes created such a huge street buzz that soon magazines and blogs started to catch wind of the momentum. The buzz catapulted him into the limelight, and he was featured in places such as,, TRUE Magazine, The Skinnie,, Live Magazine, Network, Wordup, Westside Story, Flipsidah, just to name a few. Soon his biggest hit to date was released, “Get’em Girl,” and the Street Banger took off, garnering the attention of Universal Records. The industry giant immediately signed Lunch Tha General while the single ‘Get’em Girl” was hot, getting over 200 spins per week. The hit was followed up with the remix which featured Ray J. This made the song a certified club anthem with over 400 spins per week.

Lunch tha General, parted ways with Universal, but didn't let it stop him. He regrouped and went back in the studio with new producers and recorded, “What’s for Lunch???” mixtape hosted by Clinton Sparks and Co-hosted by G-Unit’s Tony Yeyo. The mixtape featured some of hip hop’s top artists including, Styles P, Ray J, Sean Kingston, Ray Lavender, Casey Veggies, 40 Glocc, TQ, and Language Artz, with hitmaking producers such as Juggernauts 9th Wonder, Fingazz, Red Spider, Dr. Stank, and Twhy Xclusives. That energy was back and Lunch tha General started touring, and suddenly the kidney transplant he received as a child failed.


Rapper-Singer Diamonique Noriega, began her career as a rapper at a very young age. Working with artists and producers such as Grammy winners Jill Scott, The Avila Brothers, Fingazz, Jon B, DJ Quik, Xzibit, Scoop DeVille, The Lady of Rage, and Snoop Dogg have helped develop her skills as an artist over time. She has toured domestically and internationally, with records in rotation in over 50 different markets. In addition Diamonique has appeared on LATV and performed on MTV’ s Rock The Vote tour.

As her music skills grew, Diamonique started composing music for trailers, short films, sizzle reels and she’ s had many musical placements in television and film. Her record “Yes I Do” aired in “The Bounce Back” starring Shemar Moore. She also wrote and performed “This Is My Life” with Gina Rodriguez for the movie “Filly Brown”, and she created original music for the film “Down For Life” produced by Snoop Dogg. While attending the Los Angeles Recording School, she was discovered on by casting directors. After one audition she was offered a role in the feature film “End of Watch” alongside Emmy-nominated actor Richard Cabral. In 2019 she worked with director Chris Stokes on “Swag Inc.” for BET.

Currently, she is co-starring in a short film called “Monday,” which has won over 50 awards, streamed on HBO and Showtime, and is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Rapper-Singer/Music Producer, Actress, Diamonique — a Renaissance

woman with no boundaries or limits.

Southpaw Pikasso

SouthPaw Pikasso, is a rapper, producer and the head of Own 1 Entertainment. With a smooth delivery and hard hitting lyrics, SouthPaw is one of the industries most underrated rapper you've never heard of. Born and raised in the U. City section of St. Louis, MO. His love of music developed listening to varied types of music, that eventually led to the development of his style and lyrical flow.

Now based in the Southern California town of Rancho Cucamonga, SouthPaw focuses his efforts on working with new artists and hoping on tracks as a featured artist.

He can currently be heard on the street banger, "GET YOUR

BREAD UP," with Lunch tha General & Diamonique.

Watch "Get Your Head Up" Click HeClick Here





Underground rappers, Lunch tha General and Diamonique, just dropped “I’m Whoa,” a new street banger just in time for a summer promo tour. The new single was released Friday, May 20, 2022 and has already garnered over 60k streams on Spotify, and 75k views on YouTube. The two artists are now preparing to hit the road, with their first stop in Houston, TX at L.O.U.D. RADIO & Press Junket, June 4-5. Joining Lunch & Nique on the promo run will be SouthPaw, a featured artist they recently collaborated with, on the single “Get Your Bread Up,” along with some of their Homeless Nation crew.

Lunch is back with his Homeless Nation artist Diamonique, and they’ re doing it old school, hitting clubs, and radio stations, taking their music to the people, the way it used to be done. “I know social media is important and I’m not knocking it. It allows me to reach way more people than we ever could back in the day, but there’ s nothing like being out meeting folks and seeing people banging my music,” said Lunch. Lookout for more music collaborations from Lunch tha General, and Diamonique, this summer, along with features with other artists, as they hit up midwest, and southern states. New stops are currently being added, so if you are interested in booking Lunch tha General and Diamonique.

To schedule an interview with Lunch tha General, or Homeless Nation

artists, contact Amy Malone, GICPR, 323-972-4081 or


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