Pressure is on by Pressure (Tsuni Records, 2005)

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Pressure was exposed to music at a young age due to his father being a member of a popular local band. He started playing drums and trumpet at age 9, but it wasn't until age 12 that he developed a passion for singing. After several talent shows and being a member of Star Lion Family, a group of young men that brought several V.I. communities together through their music, Pressure gained the experience to pursue a solo career.
Influenced by foundation artists such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and inspired by artists of today including Capleton and Sizzla, Pressure's music reflects a positive and conscious vision. His mission is to heal the world with music starting with his debut album "The Pressure Is On", which contains tracks with titles such as "Live What U Talk", "Light in You", "No Limitation", and "Zion is Home". In the midst of his messages of upliftment, Pressure takes time out to honor our mothers and sisters with songs such as "Mama", "Ancient Woman", "In My World", and "I Tried".
The album was produced by a South Florida based duo, Dean Pond and Eno Stafford of Studio 340 and features a guest appearance by Glen Washington.
As Pressure would say, "take good advice as you trod on your way, give a helping hand, read your Psalms and pray, the limit is the sky, and that' s the reason why we sing the music every day. There's No Limitation."