“Instead of thinking with my brain I be thinking with my heart, ain’t no more free love, yea, they gotta pay for it…”
– quote from “Free Love”
Jack Diamond released a new single that’s already well on its way to being a hit single titled “Free Love” featuring Think It’s A Game Records artist YFN Lucci. The song was produced by Kyle Junior and a true collaboration of Florida sound, but with many Atlanta undertones. With a catchy hook and tuneful flow, its streams and exposure are rising, and it gained attention being picked up by several radio stations.
Jack Diamond had to endure the most extreme pressures of life before shining like the exotic jewel he is today. During all of the ordeals that he underwent, music was his escape. “Music always took me places other than where I was,” he explains. “Music has always been my crutch.”
Jack began writing his own music around age 15. His cousin introduced him to a new group called the Strangers from Florida. Jack became a promoter for the group and eventually a member. Later, Diamond launched a solo career and released the popular album series “Breakfast Vol. 1, 2 and 3.” His music came to a halt after taking a hiatus to deal with personal issues.
Years later, he started his label Skroll Music Group. He went into the studio and just freestyled his feelings. The result was Jack Diamond’s runaway hit “Free Love” featuring YFN Lucci, as well as hit singles “In My Feelings” and “Butterfly.” Since then, hits kept coming and coming.