“Pressure” streams off Mr Marley‘s highly-successful 2017 “Better Late Than Never” album. In fact, with the heavyweight features gracing its verses, the joint had streamed off as one of the high-flyers off that project of musical art.
It is little surprise that “Pressure” is the second motion picture to be commissioned of all the other smoking joints on the album. However, the visual treatment is a continuation of an already busy year for Yung L.
In January, he moved away off the success of his body of work with the release of “Spray Me Dollars“ and “Bonto,” matching the streak of releases from the past year including “Nina,” “Where You Dey,” “Gbewa,” “Relocation,” and several others.
The music video for “Pressure” sees Yung L go for the broke with the support of a bevy of stunning damsels who destroy the sick and slick dance moves to critical acclaim. You do not even want to try these steps at home.
He passed on the torch to King Sark, the multi award-winning rapper who continues on his own hot form with the drop of scorching lyrical lines on bars before Jaij Hollands completes the rout with such tact and depth.
In the end, the TeeKay-directed music video for “Pressure” is an eye-candy and all shades of creative that will surely be gracing the airwaves and musical devices at least for weeks ahead.
You can already get right into the groove and jolly of its presentation. Simply stream, download, then share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.