More Than A Rapper, Jack Diamond PPP Song Is Funny
Fresh off his recent release, “Free Love” featuring YFN Lucci, seasoned Florida rapper, Jack Diamond put his comedic side on display for his Paycheck Protection Program song. In PPP, he humorously mentions right now there’s basically two types of people out there – those with a PPP Loan and well those without. Jack Diamond uses his smooth lyrical ballad style to mention how some are using the potentially forgivable government-backed loan designed to help small businesses and nonprofits that have been affected by the pandemic. He jokes, Who did your PPP? But what is funnier is him shouting out the PPP Grils, PPP Boys and reminds us Pretty Ricky’s Baby Blue hit for a couple million too.
The PPP song is funny but Jack Diamond had to endure the most extreme pressures of life so he can relate to how some decided to use the PPP Loan for lavish spending. Growing up, both of his parents were hooked on crack, and his father died because of drug use. On the other end of the spectrum, nevertheless, he himself has profited from drug distribution in the past. Now, he channels his disappointments, heartbreak, agony and triumphs into his music.
Relying on music to escape the harsh realities of life, he began writing music in his teens. Jack Diamond initially started his music career in a group then later launched a solo career and released his highly popular album series Breakfast Vol. 1, 2 and 3. Unfortunately, though, his music came to a crashing halt after taking a hiatus from music to deal with personal issues.
Now, he’s back in the studio, started his label Skroll Music Group and is currently doing make up dates for shows that were canceled due to COVID-19. Catch Jack Diamond in a city near you and for updates go to @jackdiamond352