“Public Pressure’s partnership with Diesel is an important statement that music and fashion can forge meaningful collabs in Web3.
‘FASHION’ is the first of four ‘Discovery’ drops by Diesel, a brand well known for being socially responsible and embedded in youth culture.
Alongside this, he has been selling letters as physical releases to fans and posting a few of the singles on his YouTube.
With her new track ‘Anxiety’ Klodele hopes to inspire people to use their worries to keep going and believe in themselves while reaching for their dreams.
From US military marine to music producer, Nandi Flipzz knows about discipline and hard work and how applying yourself can lead to fulfilling your dreams.
One of the best third-person rappers I can think of is kicking off a mini-series of monthly releases with extravagant single ‘Henriquez’, named and inspired by wine-maverick Roberto Henriquez whom Papi befriended whilst in the Bio Bio valley, Chile.
Dabbla has taken a grimey turn with his latest drop ‘Wave’ produced by long-time friend and collaborator GhostTown, whom fans may remember from the legendary Dead Players expeditions alongside Jam Baxter.
‘Love’, a psychotic cocktail of tension and menace, is the Web3 track by alternative rock band Death of Death. The…
Public Pressure is sponsoring the three main stages at the 2023 Costa Rican Festival and will drop exclusive tracks from four artists that performed there.
“I feel like I’m a person of extremes- I can be very serious, hardworking and driven but also know how to get silly and loose, and not take myself too seriously. I wanted this tune to encapsulate that contrast a little – this album in particular tackles some deep topics, but I wanted to show I that I can also have a light-hearted side!”
In 2001 his track ‘Ponytail Girl’ was famously mistaken for a lost Depeche Mode B-side and was shared over countless fan sites and bootleg CDs.
It was an LA whirlwind affair that led Chase to a successful and steady music career, but also to a dose of burnout.