JoshSimmons – Pressure @joshsimmons.cds

On his latest single “Pressure,” JoshSimmons shows off a dark vibe yet playful side with catchy hooks and adlibs. Creating a nostalgic flow that’s so subtle you’ll find more than your head bobbing to it. His slick flow seamlessly floats to the beat, creating the ideal soundtrack for any club or house party.

The Baton Rouge Rapper’s plans to release a new video for his single, “Pressure” were put to an unforeseen temporary halt due to the global pandemic, known as COVID-19. However, the 21 year old has looked at this as a way to connect with his fans virtually. Having to stay inside in April, which made strides with his single that went from 100 – over 100,000 streams on Spotify, has been to say the least Josh is turning setbacks into success.

Keon Josh Simmons better known as JoshSimmons has the heart of a soldier and the voice of
an icon in-the-making. Raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, music has been Simmons’ backbone since he can remember. He picked up the sticks and started playing the drums at 4 years old. His passion for music transitioned into freestyle rapping with his friends and older brother. By the time he was in high school, Simmons started making music and formed the creative collective Col-Der-Sac
(CDS) with a few of his closest friends.

The 20-year-old creative isn’t your average Louisiana rapper. His distinct deep, raspy voice and
confident delivery has landed him on the same stages as New York rapper Rob Banks and
Grammy award-winning artist and producer Rick Ross. Through his music, he aims to motivate
and inspire the youth to “get up and go get it.”

Over the years, Simmons has racked up thousands of listens on multiple music streaming
platforms. In every song, the well-versed artist consistently brings something new to the table.
On his latest single “Pressure,” he shows off a dark yet playful side with catchy hooks and
adlibs. His slick flow seamlessly floats to the beat, creating the ideal soundtrack for any club or house party.

On the flip side, Simmons can switch it up in songs like “No Signal” which displays his melodic
singing abilities and storytelling skills. Simmons’ plan is to keep creating timeless music that’ll live forever and leave a legacy for the Simmons family.

On May 25th 2018, Simmons’ life was turned upside down when his mother and brother were
tragically killed in an 18-wheeler accident. He turned his pain into fuel and didn’t look back,
becoming the influential music artist he is today. Just six months after the accident, Simmons
flew to California and competed in a freestyle competition at Complex magazine’s festival
Complexcon. After being judged by the late rap legend Nipsey Hussle, Simmons was
handpicked and won 50 free studio hours at any studio of his choice.

Simmons and his collective CDS are just getting started. After making a name for himself in the
underground Baton Rouge music scene and using social media to build a following, he’s ready
to show the world what he’s been working on. In 2020, he plans to release his debut project,
“[Demo]” which will feature original new music about growing up in Baton Rouge, not becoming
a product of his environment, being an outcast and having fun doing what he loves: making
music.

Breezo Finesse – Pressure @speakerblast508

Music video for the song “Pressure” by Breezo Finesse, TeoGang Kobe, & J. Rose apply major “Pressure” in their joint release visual. The song highlights some of the struggles growing up in Massachusetts and how they relate to most cities around the world.

Growing up in the small poverty stricken once famed whaling community of New Bedford, Massachusetts wasn’t easy! Breezo overcame adversity by teaching himself to make beats and then writing vocals over them. In doing so it kept him away from the streets and out of trouble. The “Pressure” artist produced his first beat on an app on his Sony Erickson flip phone and wrote his first song to it in 2009 at just eleven years old. He was living in Norfolk, Virginia at the time due to his mother moving the family for work. Taking an immediate interest in creating his own beats and songs, Breezo sensationalized the idea of being a superstar. He then continued writing songs and making beats.

Growing up he had a very vivid imagination often acting as a radio personality or performing in his room for an audience of 3,567 hangers and miscellaneous items on the floor and in the closet. He recorded his first song in a professional studio in 2011 at thirteen years old. Two years later at fifteen together he and his older brother put together their own home recording studio, which has been renovated over time. Some of Breezo’s greatest musical influences are Ace Hood, Gucci Mane, Mike Jones, Meek Mill, Drake, J. Cole, Nas, Speaker Knockerz, Lex Luger, and more. He models his career after Speaker Knockerz due to the similarity of them producing for various artists as well as producing and engineering their own music as well. He has done a number of shows around Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York City (Brooklyn). Breezo opened for Lil TJay at Club 4 Play in Providence, RI and Montana of 300 at the Middle East Restaurant and night club in Cambridge, MA.

Breezo has worked as a pizza delivery driver for a local pizza shop named G&S Pizza, as well as a New England based franchise named Papa Gino’s. As well as working as a Personal Care Attendant for his Maternal Grandmother before her passing in 2017. Breezo currently works as a part time Tech in the operations department of Gillette Stadium home of the New England Patriots of the National Football League, and the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer. Breezo’s family doesn’t come from a long line of generational wealth however, he does derive from an extremely hard working and talented family and he intends to use those genes to bring financial freedom and eliminate the hardships for generations after him going for their dreams and becoming successful.

#NewVideo Exit The Premises – PRESSURE @EXiTALiENS

ETP launched 2018 with their first single “PRESSURE” featuring three-fifths of the group Lil Sweet XX, Vell Le Villain, and LameBoyKredit. “PRESSURE” salutes the stress of finding success. “We think about it every day”, says ETP. “When we wake. When we sleep. We live and breathe it”.

“We’re aliens”, says ETP co-founder GoldenBoy. To the independent artist collective better known as Exit The Premises, Chicago’s more than a hometown; it’s their mother-ship. Along with co-founder Jae Rio and alien affiliates Lil Sweet XX, Vell Le Villain and LameBoyKredit at the helm, Exit The Premises are here to take over the world. Currently working on their debut mixtape, “Exit The Premises Vol. 1”, ETP Rapping with the confidence of industry vets at the age of eighteen, With a stacked repertoire, blending new wave hip-hop and R&B, ETP has versatility to gather masses and defy genres. Prepare for the invasion.

#NewVideo Monk – Pressure @1mrmonk

New York artist Monk speaks on peer “Pressure” alongside Ziina and Justo Beats in hopes of offering guidance for those in similar situations. Follow along with the story thru the official video.