Diane Miller is a Minneapolis-based rapper, singer, songwriter, beatboxer and talent buyer — the list goes on. She's been described by critics and fans as "unexpected" and "inspirational" for her wild ability to rap and sing from a poetic, engaging voice. It's unexpected in that Diane is a quiet, unassuming person off stage, originally from Fargo, ND. It's inspirational in that Diane's abilities are bold, creative and strong while maintaining an appealing raw quality.

In Fargo, Diane has opened for Brother Ali, Nelly, Caroline Smith, John C. Reilly, Dessa, Astronautalis, Todd Clouser and more. While living in Minneapolis, Diane has shared the stage with Martin Dosh, Davu Seru, Mina Moore, Aby Wolf and more. Her work has been featured on MPR, NPR Music Blog, Prairie Public, City Pages, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, TEDxFargo, and countless more regional media blogs and sites. She's been voted "Best Musician" in Fargo, ND (HPR). Her band D Mills & The Thrills has several times been voted "Best Original Band" of Fargo (HPR) and "Best Hip-Hop Group" of North Dakota (North Dakota Music Awards).

Since moving to Minneapolis last fall 2018, she's earn the title of music curator for Women's Entrepreneurship Day Minneapolis 2018. She also serves as the head talent buyer for Icehouse MPLS, a highly sought-after venue among artists and music fans.