Duane Pressure wants to make mark in dancehall
Fast-rising US-based dancehall artiste Duane Pressure is ready to make his mark on the music scene both locally and internationally with his new single, 'Turn Down The Lights'.
Duane Pressure, who gained popularity on the dancehall scene initially as a dancer performing among popular dancers like Ding Dong, has been working tirelessly to establish himself as a main act since he embarked on the journey of being a recording artiste.
Born, Duane McNee, Duane Pressure is optimistic about the potential of this track and has his eyes set on topping the reggae charts worldwide.
"I have been getting support from popular selectors like Ikel Marvlus, who has a foundation in dancehall music, and the song is playing on New York radio stations," said Duane Pressure.
The single, which was produced by Trueblue Family Records, was officially released in January, and is being distributed by Vpal on all digital media outlets.
"My greatest advantage is that the song is so relatable because every woman loves romance. Within the first hour after it was uploaded on YouTube, it gained more than 2,000 views," he said.
The song, which Duane Pressure believes is a sure hit, is just one of many that the artiste will release in upcoming months.
"I have a new single working on titled, My Crew, featuring Popeye Caution, which is being produced by Konsequence Muzik Group and is set to be released later this year. When that single drops, I'm sure it will be a dancehall anthem," he said.