It’s one thing to dream of becoming a rapper. Though, it’s entirely different when we actively pursue our musical aspirations. Up and coming rapper Toolie Ru has a long way to go before reaching the top, but he’s close to success.
The Saint Petersburg, FL emcee has already released several EPs such as Xelery, I Know Dark Moon and Coke Wave. He’s even dropped another round of singles. Additionally, the BLAVK GOVERNMENT signee has dropped his debut 2022 album Shit Hit Different. Clearly, Toolie Ru has been hard at work in the studio, laying down track after track.
Recently, the newcomer just dropped the music video for his newest track “No Pressure.” Much of the song references Toolie Ru’s life struggles and hardships he faced in his life. Though, the rapper sees the bright side of his hardships and failures.
Mr. Bright Side
Like many stars, Toolie Ru has had to overcome adversity. He grew up around gang and gun violence. It’s clear that he’s endured a rough childhood. Rather than focus on the negative though, the Florida-born rapper sees the bright side in every situation. His newest track “No Pressure” shows the rapper doing just that. The upbeat tempo and Toolie Ru’s effortless rap flow come together to make one fun-filled track.
Even his collaborator, Lord Narf’s verse, adds another layer of positive vibes. What makes the song even better is the fact that the entire music video set takes place on a private jet. In a way, Toolie Ru only further reinforces that the sky’s the limit. He reminds us that we can achieve anything, even in the face of adversity. On his newest track “No Pressure”, Toolie Ru becomes Mr. Bright Side as he focuses on all that he’s overcome and accomplished.
Toolie Ru Reminds Us To Never Give Up
Toolie Ru has endured tons of hardship in his life. Yet, he’s living proof that even in the face of adversity, a person can still achieve their dreams. In his new track “No Pressure”, the rapper looks at his life from a different perspective, looking to the bright side of things. He reminds listeners that while struggle is just a part of life, it doesn’t mean we should let our failures define us. The positive mantra definitely will resonate with a lot of people, especially while many still grapple with the novel pandemic.
Be sure to check out more music from the Florida-based artist Toolie Ru.