Rapper Rah Digga has been learning all about working behind the camera after enrolling in filmmaking courses during her three-year hiatus from her music career.
The Touch It star parted ways with Busta Rhymes' rap crew the Flipmode Squad in 2007 and moved to Los Angeles, where she spent two years honing her skills as an actress.
But Digga, who landed a small role in 2001 horror Thirteen Ghosts, has also been picking up tips about making movies after returning home to America's East Coast.
She tells Hip-Hop Weekly, "I took some acting lessons, got into some non-profit work, came back here and took some courses at New York Film Academy - behind the scenes stuff like directing and editing."
Digga returned to the hip-hop scene in September (10) with the release of her sophomore album, Classic.
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