Over the past few months, Toronto rapper Pressa has been on an incredible run after contracting a deal with Sony. It seems like he has been busy in 2020 by releasing bangers. Like “Head Tap” ft. Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow, as well as “OTM.” Also plenty of other hip hop songs, and all of this by keeping Toronto on his back. But this time, the 24-year-old rapper is back with a new hip hop song, Harriet by Pressa that talks on a much more impending topic — Police Brutality.
Moreover earlier today, Pressa dropped his new hip hop song along with a music video that discloses systemic oppression and police brutality. Even after he gains success in the world of music. So, the music video is directed by Michael Vincent. The visuals deliver as more of a short film that talks about these topics more directly. Alongside with rapper, Pressa summons images of the recent police killings and protests that are going throughout.
So, click below to play Harriet by Pressa. Stay tuned with us for more new releases from the Toronto rapper.