Sony Pressa artist drops new single ‘Blame Me’ ahead of Rolling Loud Canada appearance


As Canadian hip-hop sensation Pressa prepares to return to Canada for Rolling Loud next month (after a 3-year hiatus from his playing field), the current Los Angeles-based rapper has released his latest single “Blame Me”, which he plans to perform at the upcoming festival. Produced by Da Realest, the melodic track describes “having ungrateful friends when you’ve taken care of them your whole life.”

With Pressa’s next musical project, “Clone Wars”, the Sony/Blue Feather Records artist continues his ascent through his artistry.


Sony/Blue Feather Records recording artist Quinton Gardner, better known as “PRESSA”, is one of the biggest faces of the Toronto hip-hop scene to date. At 25, PRESSA gained international recognition after releasing their two major singles produced by Murda Beatz titled “Novacane” and “Bloody Hands”. Both songs are featured on the “Keep God First” project, which was released in December 2016. PRESSA’s continued success and work ethic secured him as the opening act for the “Boy Meets World Tour” of Drake (London, England, 2017), performing in front of crowds of 30,000 people per night. This opportunity opened up a second opportunity to tour the UK with British hip-hop artist Giggs.

After gaining recognition in December 2018, rapper LilUzi Vert brought him out for the first time as a special guest at Rebel Night Club (Downtown Toronto). With the buzz in Canada on the high pitches, PRESSA, as expected, sold out all of its “Goose Fur Tour” dates, which kicked off in November 2018.

PRESSA’s most recent album, “Gardner Express (deluxe), features some major artists such as Coi Leray, RowdyRebel, Swae Lee and Flip Dinero. Successfully streaming over 10 million; PRESSA tops for hip-hop artists Canadian hop With a lot of hype surrounding his romantic relationship with artist Coi Leray, PRESSA is now seen on many stages across the United States.

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