Abby Diamond is more than just a pop singer, her talents stretch far beyond that. This vocalist, composer, and producer is a force of feminine power. Diamond, moved by colors and divine intuition, digs deep into rhythmic pockets and electronic elements to create a sound all her own.
As a child, Diamond was exposed to the great Motown artists while on car rides with her family. She kicked off her career in New Orleans as a jazz singer, which shaped her unique vocal style. When asked about the newest single, “Yes My Heart is Open, No You Can’t Come In,” she frankly stated that “it is a song about saying no.”
The song’s strong beat and even stronger lyrics make for a great break-up anthem. “If you think you’re coming back in here, you’re out of your mind” is like handing the box of things your ex left at your house back to them. The song brings back something that has been lacking in pop music — storytelling. “Yes My Heart is Open, No You Can’t Come In” speaks to anyone that is trying to navigate relationships after being hurt.
Those who practice sorcery of any kind do so by perfecting the art of holding intimate space, space that is conducive to channeling the sacred. The sacred spaces that we cultivate in ourselves and our bedrooms reverberate through our lives. Your only responsibility on this planet is to hold space for the divinity that flows through you.