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Diana Raymond (xdx) and Eric Jay Robinson (eriC7) became collaborators through the introduction by Tony Roydon. She is a versatile artist, excelling as a singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer and guitarist. Years later their mutual passion for music started their co-writing journey and has culminated in the project "Love (d)".

Her journey in the music industry began at the age of 17 when she was signed to Family Dogg. Diana has a rich history with major labels such as A&M and Polydor Records, where she notably collaborated on the dance hit "Cold Train" with Rhythm Asylum.

Later, she joined forces with the rap/dance/funk band Boys From Metropolis under Big Life Records. Their debut single, "Stranger In The Night," soared to No.18 in the UK dance chart and became the theme tune for the long-running BBCTV music show, The O-Zone.

In her role as a songwriter, Diana achieved remarkable success with the composition "Loving You," reaching No.1 on the iTunes acoustic chart. The song garnered an impressive 16,700 downloads in its first week of release, showcasing Diana's prowess in creating music that resonates with a wide audience.

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