Earlier this month, Pressa liberated a deluxe version of last year’s Gardner Express, which now comes with 14 songs and additional appearances from Coi Leray, Swae Lee, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, and more. In addition to the upgraded body of work, fans can also now check out a visual for “Dead Body,” a Money Musik-produced offering that features Rowdy Rebel and keeps the subject matter very street-oriented:
“Who want smoke with young Rowdy and Pressa? The motherfuckin’ steppers, let’s talk ‘bout it, please watch your step when you close to this motherfuckin’ street ‘cause I’m pushin’ a big body, I keep on smokin’ these packs on packs, I’m fallin’ asleep off of dead bodies, I cannot trust anybody, I gotta move Kosher, he probably a fed’ body…”
Courtesy of One Take, the accompanying clip for “Dead Body” sees Pressa connecting with his GS9 collaborator in Brooklyn, where they can be seen mobbing heavy at Pier Sixty and other locations nearby. Viewers can also spot cameo appearances from Fetty Luciano, South London’s own Giggs, and more throughout.
Gardner Express and its deluxe edition follows 2019’s Prestige, considered to be Pressa’s official debut album — that project contained 16 songs and a couple of assists from LilRichieX2 and Burna Bandz. Prior to that, the Canadian talent fed the streets with the well-received mixtapes Press Machine and Press a Brick.
For Rowdy Rebel, “Dead Body” is the latest in a string of appearances from the “Computers” rapper. Since his highly-publicized released from prison just before the current year arrived, Rowdy has delivering spotlight-stealing verses on songs by Funkmaster Flex, CJ, Fivio Foreign, 42 Dugg, Doe Boy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and G Herbo. He also connected with NAV for the Pro Logic-produced “Jesse Owens,” said to be taken from his forthcoming LP Sacrifices.
Press play on “Dead Body” below.