JackBoy – Don’t Force My Hand

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Jackboy keeps it genuine on “Don’t Force My Hand”

During Jackboy’s appearance on HNHH’s On The Come Up series, the Florida rapper uncovered that he previously had a subsequent task to August’s Jackboy 2 gotten done and all set. He bantered on uncovering the name of the venture, yet ultimately gave us a few knowledge about his next discharge.

“Imma have another task I need to drop in 2022, yet I couldn’t say whether I should toss the name out there…But Imma drop another undertaking in 2021. I need to consider It’s Okay To Not Be Okay … That one’s now sort of done,” he told HNHH.

While there hasn’t been a lot of a report on the situation with It’s Okay To Not Be Okay, Jackboy gave two or three element stanzas to Pressa and Money Man, and loaned his gifts to AxL for his presentation single “Motorbike,” yet there hasn’t been a lot of independent music since August.

That is, until now.

Returning with another single, “Don’t Force My Hand,” Jackboy quits fooling around and asks people around him not to pressure him into taking a potentially rash action, and cause him to do something he would rather not do. It’s hazy whether the single is a piece of the It’s Okay To Not Be Okay rollout, yet new Jackboy is superior to no Jackboy.


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