Rhys Herbert, born on 29 June, 2000, known professionally as Digga D, is a British rapper and songwriter. He gained recognition as part of the UK Drill collective 1011, which was later renamed to CGM. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of the UK drill scene. Some of his music videos have garnered attention among law enforcement, resulting in a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) taken against the collective, and he has been in and out of prison during the singles and videos' releases. Digga D was sent to prison three times before the age of 20. He has had five singles that have placed in the UK Singles Chart; his mixtape albums, Double Tap Diaries and Made in the Pyrex, reached No. 11 and 3 on the UK Albums Chart.