Pressa has been on an incredible run over the past few months after inking a deal with Sony. Delivering bangers like "Head Tap" ft. Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow, as well as "OTM" and plenty of other singles, he's been busy in 2020 and keeping Toronto on his back while he's at it. But his latest single addresses a much more imminent topic -- police brutality. The rapper unleashed the video for his new single, "Harriet" earlier today, divulging on police brutality and systemic oppression, even as he finds success in the world of music. The music video, directed by Michael Vincent, serves as more of a short film that addresses these topics more directly, as he evokes images of the recent protests and police killings throughout.
Check out Pressa's latest offering, "Harriet" below. Keep your eyes peeled for more new music from the Toronto rapper.
N***as always been like surgery
Send a pussy ass n***a to infirmery
Ha, state of emergency
And they only give a cop a third-degree
And the other, should've got accessory
If you talkin' technically