KIRK DIAMOND WANTS TO REPRESENT THE BLACK COMMUNITY

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Originated in Spanish Town is Kirk Diamond  who migrated to Brampton, Ontario and has constructed his path based on the foundation of classic roots and pop music. In 2018, he won a Juno Award for his song “Greater” in the Reggae Recording of the Year category. He also released singles such as: Born In Jamaica, I will and Give Thanks along with many more songs. Kirk Diamond wants to stand up for the black community because of the injustices being faced by people around the world. Hence his latest single “Let It Be Done” was released. His publicist has stated that Diamond’s  “Let It Be Done” was inspired by the social unrest that the black community has been experiencing. Also, with the coronavirus placing a huge impact on the world and one’s daily activities. The now Canadian-based  reggae singer hopes that through his music, his mission will be accomplished which is to spread  his message of love, unity and hope.

-T.W

KIRK DIAMOND WANTS TO REPRESENT THE BLACK COMMUNITY

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