50 Cent’s has taken the television world by storm with his Power Universe and Toronto’s Pressa could be apart of it.
Pressa has moved to the United States to pursue his career in music, but there could be a twist in his plans. According to Rocboyninja who gives inside scoops about Toronto hip hop, Pressa has been frustrated with the slow process it has taken for Americans to gravitate towards his music. The question was asked, what could Pressa do to get more attention from the United States hip hop fan base. Pressa has also stated that he wants to be on everyone’s album in 2022 as he plans to go forward in getting into the American market.
Tryna be on everybody Album this year
— Wassa Wassa (@pressapressa) January 25, 2022
Well, it is now being reported that Pressa may follow other hip hop artists who transition into films. As aforementioned above, 50 Cent has expanded his career from just rapping to an empire of acting and producing films and movies. It was a great move that diversified his portfolio and his reach to other audiences besides street rap.
It appears Tony Yayo has helped the Toronto hip hop artist get into the field of acting. He posted on his Twitter account the following.
“S/o @TonyYayo gettin me into acting classes whole new chapter.”
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S/o @TonyYayo gettin me into acting classes whole new chapter 🐐🔥💯
— Wassa Wassa (@pressapressa) January 24, 2022
50 Cent has done well in hiring the best people to help his television projects. For BMF, 50 Cent hired acting coaches to teach Big Meech’s son, Lil’ Meech, how to act. His performance on BMF has been critically acclaimed. Could we possibly see Pressa in the same situation? He has his own story of living in Jane-Finch in Toronto and having a father known for his street stories. Should 50 Cent consider making a Toronto based television series similar to shows from his Power universe?