Terry King – Pressure To Live

This debut release continues MofoHifi’s policy of breaking hot new house acts – that has seen them launch the careers of leading players The Young Punx and Sharooz (who’s current club smash “Hell Yeah” has gathered massive support across the board from Jules to Tong to Sanchez).

“Pressure to live” is a dark but upbeat summer anthem that harks back to the golden era of US vocal house in the late 80s and early 90s, with an infectious retro sound that is given a modern twist for today’s clubs. The vocal message, which expresses the pressures and challenges of modern life – and the resulting need to let off steam and party – is sure to strike a down-to-earth but uplifting chord with today’s clubbers.

The track is co-written Charles Hope who was also behind the 2006 UK Top 20 hit “I See Girls” by The Hound Dogs. Charles is also behind projects such as Alexia and Sunray feat Kym Mazelle. The track is also co-produced by Hal Ritson of The Young Punx who has also produced and/performed on chart hits such as Eric Prydz “Call on me”, Supermode “Tell me Why”, Lovefreekz “Shine”, Uniting Nations “Ai no Corrida” and many more.

Pressure To Live is destined to be a party anthem with real commercial crossover potential.


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