Pierre Delince, better known by his stage name Jackboy thinks a lot about himself on his new track, “Pursue My Dreams.”
In the vault, Jackboy has an inflow of music. Since the beginning of the year, Jackboy has consistently released fresh heat as fans await the release of his follow-up to Jackboy 2.
This week, the rapper delivered some fresh vibes with his newest track, “Pursue My Dreams.” The rapper goes introspective on the track, reflecting on his triumphs and the difficulties he has endured over the years. Bankroll Bordeaux and Non-Native keep the production under control with a smooth, pitched-up voice sample that enables Jackboy to fully open out.
The next single from the Florida rapper follows the release of “Havin My Way” a few weeks ago. Prior to then, he released songs like “Prize” featuring Lexxtasy and “Pardon Me.”
Jackboy, was born on August 27, 1997, in Haiti. He lives in Pompano Beach, Florida.
After his first mixtape, Stick Up Kid, came out in 2016, Jackboy made a name for himself in the rap community. He collaborated with his childhood friend Kodak Black and got a big endorsement from PnB Rock on their song “Everyday Shit.”
After his April 2020 song “Pressure,” which was about gang-like behavior, went viral, Jackboy became well-known in the rap industry.
In 2021, Jackboy and his childhood friend Kodak Black are in a competition with each other. They have even made songs about how bad the other person is. Even though it was controversial, Jackboy’s 2020 hit “Pressure” earned him his first RIAA Gold plaque.
Kodak released “Super Gremlin,” a song about Jackboy, on October 30, 2021. The song says that Jackboy “switched up.” Jack responded with “Don’t Force My Hand,” which was an exact copy of Kodak’s song and put an end to the rumors.
- Tryna get paid, I ain’t tryna be sink
- Pick the chase and I’m just swim in my dreams, uh
- It ain’t nothin’ I won’t do for the team
- I’m not a selfish nigga, I wanna see everybody get green
- Don’t make no move ’til I know my next find
- Old soul, I’m ahead of my time
- Still on my grind, I still ain’t reach my prime
- Even though I made a millions dollars of these rhymes