Amanda Bynes makes music with the rap tune “Diamonds”: hear right here
Amanda Bynes has found a new hobby: making music!
On January 20, the former Nickelodeon star, who has largely not been seen in public for the last few years while studying at the Fashion Institute for Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles, released a new song on her YouTube account. The 58-second title titled “Diamonds” is recognized as a Precise x Amanda Bynes collaboration.
The track starts with a man knocking: “That way I wake up and get the grind in the rush.” Finally Amanda jumps out on the track and sings, “Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds on my neck, on my wrist / diamonds, diamonds, diamonds on my fist, yes, I whip.”
Amanda’s lawyer, David A. Esquibias says E! News about the reason for the new track: “Amanda is stuck at home and bored like everyone else. She’s just having fun and trying to lighten the mood.”
A source says E! News that the track shows Amanda’s fiancé Paul Michaelwho apparently goes by the stage name Precise for this track. rapper Yung Yogi produced the song.
A second insider explains to E! News that the song is “Just Amanda Expressing Her”.
“She’s made other videos where she raps to songs,” the source explains. “She’s still at FIDM, pursuing a career in fashion like she was.”
Amanda previously received her associate degree from the school and is now pursuing a bachelor’s degree.