Dope Fantasy drops creatively macabre visual for “Pressure.” As the Chicago 4-some readies the release of their upcoming project S.L.A.M (Sorta Like A Mixtape) in June, DF links with DJ Taye and C-Sick to present a captivating sound and video alike. “Pressure” is a winding, thought-provoking narrative that challenges the normalcy of the way we often listen to and absorb music. Equipped with gritty and darker tones, Dope Fantasy’s “Pressure” explores life’s trials; an expressive journey which connects the proverbial dots between personal actualization and the demands of both the culture, and the less-notable side of the business. The ubiquitous “two heads are better than one” expression holds true as four voices and minds are collectively stronger than one in regards to Dope Fantasy artistic process. The group’s lyrical and contextual approach to “Pressure” strips away all commercial expectations to deliver a true piece of art; a direct, socially-concious dialogue which speaks on the community and industry in which different elements add a variety of individual takeaways. This sonic possess the ability to be far reaching, and as cut that focusses on the meaning as opposed to the turn up, that’s an increasing rarity. DF doesn’t shy away from the harsher realities of street life in Chicago on “Pressure,” but it’s what’s in the record’s message that really resonates with listeners from all walks of life. This track/video sets the standard incredibly high for S.L.A.M, but they can most assuredly handle the pressure.