Young, naughty LA rocker, Diamante, has released her third single and is getting ready to tour with Whitesnake in June.

For those that might have not yet heard of Diamante, the young temptress from Los Angeles, the music world is abuzz about her and she has quickly racked up numerous accolades. The 18-year-old musician and songwriter earned the Best Rock Records at the Indie Music Channel Awards two years in a row and was named Teen Artist of the Year in 2014. She also earned awards for Best Young Artist, Best Rock Recording, and Best Music Video for “Impossible.” Her single “Bite Your Kiss” debuted at #3 on Billboard’s Hot Singles Sales Chart.

“‘There’s a Party in My Pants (and You’re All Invited)’ is about bringing all kinds of people together despite their race, age, sexuality, etc. and genuinely having fun… I wanted to write something that was in-your-face, upbeat, and more than anything, something that defied societal norms and really spoke to everyone.” ~ Diamante

With her EP, Dirty Blonde, released on Apr 7, 2015, she is also getting ready to hit the road for the Whitesnake tour in June for several select dates. She is not taking her shot on the music scene lightly. Her latest video is already causing a few tongues to wag and a lot of buzz. See it for yourself below:

Diamante – There’s A Party In My Pants (And You’re All Invited)

Diamante has already played with acts such as The Used, Dead Sara, All Time Low, Yellow Card, Cherri Bomb, and Stitched Up Heart. Having won Ernie Battle of the Bands, earning a spot at the Vans Warped Tour, is also a fine point in her already impressive list of accomplishments. Hollywood hot spots, such as The Avalon, Key Club, House of Blues, Whisky a Go-Go, Roxy Theatre, and more have witnessed this rising star, and we are watching to see how bright it gets.

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After getting the photo bug in the far, past days of black and white film, Erich continued to develop his eye for photography which lead to stops in the sporting, art, wedding, and eventually concert music worlds. Now, doing more writing for National Rock Review, he has entered into the journey of getting to know the artists and the industry, not just the faces on the other side of the lens.

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