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Real name Marlon Robain born in Brooklyn, New York on Sept, 25th 1985 moved to Huntsville, Alabama in Feb, 2002.

Both of his parents are from Trinidad and his step dad is from Jamaica so reggae and dancehall play a major part in

His culture. Growing up his mom always played music while she cleaned the house and that lead to his fascination with hip hop. Being very gifted in math and science it seemed that school was to easy and not enough challenging. J.Diamond wanted to play basketball and football but his parents were academic first parents so sports was out of the question. Began battiling at the age of 14 in the cafeteria of his high school, William Floyd high by the rap name of J.Diamond which he promised he would never reveal how he got the name. J.Diamond's style was heavily influenced by street lyricists and the users of punchlines such as Biggie, Lloyd Banks, Fabolous ,Cassidy, Jadakiss and Camron. Rapping in high school wasn't making any money and undecided of what direction his future was heading, J.diamond did what most young black Americans do which is dropout of school and started selling drugs. Street life and hustling lead to trouble, arrests, and poor choice of women, understanding that their are no 401k plans in dealing, J.Diamond fell under the wing off his uncle who rapped and had a studio in his home. When his uncle died J.Diamond wasn't able to take it well because in his eyes his uncle was the best mc the world never got to hear. Wanting to fulfill his uncles dream of making it in the hip hop world, J.Diamond searched for open mics and battles and that came to a halt due to being in a era the south dominated, J.Diamond grouped up with local friends and started to create a record label. That plan fell apart due do procrastination on label mates and the owners who shall not be named J.Diamond found himself always starting from scratch because no one was on his level or pace and he was very eager to become a star, J.diamond realized his vision couldn't be seen by others in order to get further he had to finance his own career by working anywhere that would hire him and putting all his money into himself instead of building a label with others. J.diamond was always a good lyricist from battling but knowing that battle mc's don't find there place into to hip hop stardom, he developed how to write songs with concepts unlike no other telling the world of his struggle to get to the finer things in life. Dealing with artists that move slow made J.diamond learn how to do his own hooks without having multiple artists on every song, the true meaning of independence. J.Diamond's first mixtape Diamond In The Dirt shows he is a major sneaker head and a ladies man/pretty boy trying to bring back that stupid fly era like the way Dipset did it, spitting that concrete jungle flow and delivery over production from the southern trap. When its all said and done J.Diamond wants to be remembered as one of the best ever especially for his songwriting ability.

Follow @JDiamond_MrFly on twitter!

https://soundcloud.com/jdiamond_mrfly/j-diamond-man-of-my-city

Instagram-@JDiamond_MrFly

SoundCloud JDiamond MrFly

YouTube JDiamond MrFly

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It's a lot of hard work. A million hits on youtube, is just getting started these days. I encourage everyone to stay focused on their dreams,network as much as possible and don't forget about us when you do reach the top.

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Real name Marlon Robain born in Brooklyn, New York on Sept, 25th 1985 moved to Huntsville, Alabama in Feb, 2002.

Both of his parents are from Trinidad and his step dad is from Jamaica so reggae and dancehall play a major part in

His culture. Growing up his mom always played music while she cleaned the house and that lead to his fascination with hip hop. Being very gifted in math and science it seemed that school was to easy and not enough challenging. J.Diamond wanted to play basketball and football but his parents were academic first parents so sports was out of the question. Began battiling at the age of 14 in the cafeteria of his high school, William Floyd high by the rap name of J.Diamond which he promised he would never reveal how he got the name. J.Diamond's style was heavily influenced by street lyricists and the users of punchlines such as Biggie, Lloyd Banks, Fabolous ,Cassidy, Jadakiss and Camron. Rapping in high school wasn't making any money and undecided of what direction his future was heading, J.diamond did what most young black Americans do which is dropout of school and started selling drugs. Street life and hustling lead to trouble, arrests, and poor choice of women, understanding that their are no 401k plans in dealing, J.Diamond fell under the wing off his uncle who rapped and had a studio in his home. When his uncle died J.Diamond wasn't able to take it well because in his eyes his uncle was the best mc the world never got to hear. Wanting to fulfill his uncles dream of making it in the hip hop world, J.Diamond searched for open mics and battles and that came to a halt due to being in a era the south dominated, J.Diamond grouped up with local friends and started to create a record label. That plan fell apart due do procrastination on label mates and the owners who shall not be named J.Diamond found himself always starting from scratch because no one was on his level or pace and he was very eager to become a star, J.diamond realized his vision couldn't be seen by others in order to get further he had to finance his own career by working anywhere that would hire him and putting all his money into himself instead of building a label with others. J.diamond was always a good lyricist from battling but knowing that battle mc's don't find there place into to hip hop stardom, he developed how to write songs with concepts unlike no other telling the world of his struggle to get to the finer things in life. Dealing with artists that move slow made J.diamond learn how to do his own hooks without having multiple artists on every song, the true meaning of independence. J.Diamond's first mixtape Diamond In The Dirt shows he is a major sneaker head and a ladies man/pretty boy trying to bring back that stupid fly era like the way Dipset did it, spitting that concrete jungle flow and delivery over production from the southern trap. When its all said and done J.Diamond wants to be remembered as one of the best ever especially for his songwriting ability.

Follow @JDiamond_MrFly on twitter!

https://soundcloud.com/jdiamond_mrfly/j-diamond-man-of-my-city

Instagram-@JDiamond_MrFly

SoundCloud JDiamond MrFly

YouTube JDiamond MrFly

good track . Flow is good hook is good as well not that catchy but overall good track. 

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Real name Marlon Robain born in Brooklyn, New York on Sept, 25th 1985 moved to Huntsville, Alabama in Feb, 2002.

Both of his parents are from Trinidad and his step dad is from Jamaica so reggae and dancehall play a major part in

His culture. Growing up his mom always played music while she cleaned the house and that lead to his fascination with hip hop. Being very gifted in math and science it seemed that school was to easy and not enough challenging. J.Diamond wanted to play basketball and football but his parents were academic first parents so sports was out of the question. Began battiling at the age of 14 in the cafeteria of his high school, William Floyd high by the rap name of J.Diamond which he promised he would never reveal how he got the name. J.Diamond's style was heavily influenced by street lyricists and the users of punchlines such as Biggie, Lloyd Banks, Fabolous ,Cassidy, Jadakiss and Camron. Rapping in high school wasn't making any money and undecided of what direction his future was heading, J.diamond did what most young black Americans do which is dropout of school and started selling drugs. Street life and hustling lead to trouble, arrests, and poor choice of women, understanding that their are no 401k plans in dealing, J.Diamond fell under the wing off his uncle who rapped and had a studio in his home. When his uncle died J.Diamond wasn't able to take it well because in his eyes his uncle was the best mc the world never got to hear. Wanting to fulfill his uncles dream of making it in the hip hop world, J.Diamond searched for open mics and battles and that came to a halt due to being in a era the south dominated, J.Diamond grouped up with local friends and started to create a record label. That plan fell apart due do procrastination on label mates and the owners who shall not be named J.Diamond found himself always starting from scratch because no one was on his level or pace and he was very eager to become a star, J.diamond realized his vision couldn't be seen by others in order to get further he had to finance his own career by working anywhere that would hire him and putting all his money into himself instead of building a label with others. J.diamond was always a good lyricist from battling but knowing that battle mc's don't find there place into to hip hop stardom, he developed how to write songs with concepts unlike no other telling the world of his struggle to get to the finer things in life. Dealing with artists that move slow made J.diamond learn how to do his own hooks without having multiple artists on every song, the true meaning of independence. J.Diamond's first mixtape Diamond In The Dirt shows he is a major sneaker head and a ladies man/pretty boy trying to bring back that stupid fly era like the way Dipset did it, spitting that concrete jungle flow and delivery over production from the southern trap. When its all said and done J.Diamond wants to be remembered as one of the best ever especially for his songwriting ability.

Follow @JDiamond_MrFly on twitter!

https://soundcloud.com/jdiamond_mrfly/j-diamond-man-of-my-city

Instagram-@JDiamond_MrFly

SoundCloud JDiamond MrFly

YouTube JDiamond MrFly

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Real name Marlon Robain born in Brooklyn, New York on Sept, 25th 1985 moved to Huntsville, Alabama in Feb, 2002.

Both of his parents are from Trinidad and his step dad is from Jamaica so reggae and dancehall play a major part in

His culture. Growing up his mom always played music while she cleaned the house and that lead to his fascination with hip hop. Being very gifted in math and science it seemed that school was to easy and not enough challenging. J.Diamond wanted to play basketball and football but his parents were academic first parents so sports was out of the question. Began battiling at the age of 14 in the cafeteria of his high school, William Floyd high by the rap name of J.Diamond which he promised he would never reveal how he got the name. J.Diamond's style was heavily influenced by street lyricists and the users of punchlines such as Biggie, Lloyd Banks, Fabolous ,Cassidy, Jadakiss and Camron. Rapping in high school wasn't making any money and undecided of what direction his future was heading, J.diamond did what most young black Americans do which is dropout of school and started selling drugs. Street life and hustling lead to trouble, arrests, and poor choice of women, understanding that their are no 401k plans in dealing, J.Diamond fell under the wing off his uncle who rapped and had a studio in his home. When his uncle died J.Diamond wasn't able to take it well because in his eyes his uncle was the best mc the world never got to hear. Wanting to fulfill his uncles dream of making it in the hip hop world, J.Diamond searched for open mics and battles and that came to a halt due to being in a era the south dominated, J.Diamond grouped up with local friends and started to create a record label. That plan fell apart due do procrastination on label mates and the owners who shall not be named J.Diamond found himself always starting from scratch because no one was on his level or pace and he was very eager to become a star, J.diamond realized his vision couldn't be seen by others in order to get further he had to finance his own career by working anywhere that would hire him and putting all his money into himself instead of building a label with others. J.diamond was always a good lyricist from battling but knowing that battle mc's don't find there place into to hip hop stardom, he developed how to write songs with concepts unlike no other telling the world of his struggle to get to the finer things in life. Dealing with artists that move slow made J.diamond learn how to do his own hooks without having multiple artists on every song, the true meaning of independence. J.Diamond's first mixtape Diamond In The Dirt shows he is a major sneaker head and a ladies man/pretty boy trying to bring back that stupid fly era like the way Dipset did it, spitting that concrete jungle flow and delivery over production from the southern trap. When its all said and done J.Diamond wants to be remembered as one of the best ever especially for his songwriting ability.

Follow @JDiamond_MrFly on twitter!

https://soundcloud.com/jdiamond_mrfly/j-diamond-man-of-my-city

Instagram-@JDiamond_MrFly

SoundCloud JDiamond MrFly

YouTube JDiamond MrFly

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