S**t, minimum wage is at like $30 an hour now, so I can go back to that.
I’m patiently waiting for Pressa to take over the game completely. After hearing him absolutely murder “Attachments,” I’ve been interested in hearing more from him. Unfortunately, this year, he’s been pretty quiet. Thankfully, the Toronto rapper has returned to the music scene with a new single called “Minimum Wage.”
In “Minimum Wage,” Pressa tells the world that he refuses to go back to making minimum wage. If he’s down bad, he rather make plays in the trap. Pressa also talks about balling on ninjas, breaking the hearts of women, and welcoming smoke, emphasizing that the song is a creative exploration of a hypothetical scenario rather than a reflection of real-life actions or situations.
“Minimum Wage” stands out thanks to Pressa’s ability to navigate the track with a strikingly detached tone and versatile flows that seamlessly complement the dramatic, trap mad scientist production. Overall, the song exudes a unique and almost throwback aura that’s hard to ignore, setting it apart from the ordinary.
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Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.