Producer Murda Beatz links up with fellow Toronto native Pressa for the new single titled "Bloody Hands." The high-energy record finds a boisterous Pressa rapping about his hood dreams.

"Red heels, red sneaks/This the life of every hood nigga dream/There's nights that I couldn't went to sleep/But Pressa got a story of a life you won't believe/We going out, with a bang/Gotta spill blood if you really wanna hang/Before you leave your house you gotta always check your mag/Pressa picked up every time that phone rang," he spits.

Pressa raps like he was shot out of a canon, and his adrenaline runs high on "Bloody Hands."

Pressa, a 20-year-old rapper from the Driftwood neighborhood of Toronto, is a buzzing new artist who has built up his reputation because of his rhymes and his street activities. One of the leaders of the Young Buck Killas gang in Toronto, he was in some trouble earlier this year. The T. Dot rapper, whose real name is Quinton Gardiner, was arrested for the alleged kidnapping, pistol-whipping and torture of two teens. He was granted a bail variance, allowing him to leave Canada for work purposes between Feb. 15 and March 28. Drake brought him on tour in the U.K. during that grace period but received criticism from the police.

Murda, who's signed to Interscope, previously featured Pressa on the track "Novacane," off the producer's debut mixtape, Keep God First, which dropped late last year. Earlier this year, XXL spoke to the young beatmaker about his work, how he got started and more.

Bump "Bloody Hands" below.

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