Sunday, June 15, 2008

"Feelin' Pressure"

Here is a review of an LP by ...
Pressure - Love And Affection
from top Swiss reggae whizz and Springline cohort Fyah Youth....

One of the most promising talents of modern reggae, the Virgin Island's own, Pressure has released the album "Love And Affection" produced by Donavon "Vendetta" Bennett.The album turns out to be fantastic and is on a very high level quality wise!Pressure's style reminds one of sizzla, especially when he sings high notes, but he has developed his own style and his unique voice is a real attention catcher.The album starts with the great opener "Bless The Children" that introduces Pressure as a both conscious and uplifting lyricist. The production is very smooth, typically Don Corleon, and Pressure gives his best on each riddim.The album's highlights are "Ghetto Life" (a harsh reality song that shows us Pressures ruffer notes), "Love And Affection" the wonderful title track, "Be Free", "So Appealing" on the Love Potion riddim, "Show Love" and the fantastic "Why" that comes with a smooth hip hop touch.My absolute favourite album right now!
1) Bless the Children
2) Ghetto Life
3) Love and Affection
4) Touch The Sky
5) Hear My Cry
6) Be Free
7) Most Wanted
8) Personality
9) No Fight
10) Boogey Man
11) Africa
12) So Appealing
13) Show Love
14) Till Shiloh Comes
15) Never Fall
16) Why

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