Kirk Diamond Drops New Single “Bring It Good” Featuring Tiffanie Malvo

Canadian Reggae artist, Kirk Diamond has released his much-anticipated single titled “Bring It Good” featuring Tiffanie Malvo.

The song, produced by Finn (Jermaine Finn) is now available on all major music platforms. Diamond, a respected Reggae Superstar, is known for his creative spirit and passion for music. Finn, a Juno award-winning music producer, was the perfect collaborator for “Bring It Good,” with his talent for seamlessly blending genres to complete the sound and vision.

This is the second song off Diamond’s upcoming album ‘Dread’ to be released in the summer of 2023. The first single, ‘Reggae Party,’ from the album, won a Juno Award this year. With five Juno award nominations and a second win for Reggae recording Of The Year, Diamond has established himself as one of the top Reggae artists in Canada.

The “Bring It Good” sound is described by Diamond as ‘The sexy hardcore’ but not vulgar, with a nod to 90s Dancehall. The song features Tiffani Malvo, a popular fusion artist who immediately connected to Diamond’s vision for the song and delivered a smooth & fun addition to the collaboration.

For the most part, Diamond is an artist who wears many hats. He is a singer, songwriter, producer, and social activist whose music is laced with messages of unity, inclusion, and love. His music is truly an extension of the man himself, delivered with the powerhouse band, The Movement of Ahryel.

Earlier this year, Brampton, Diamond’s hometown, recognized his achievement in music and culture by naming a park in his honor. In addition, he received The Impact Award from the Dufferin Peel School Board, recognizing his rich influence in entertainment.

“To know his music is to know the man,” says Diamond’s fans and fellow artists alike. With the release of “Bring It Good,” the world eagerly awaits Diamond’s forthcoming album, ‘Dread,’ produced by Finn, and set to drop in the summer of 2023.


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