Dancehall artiste Prohgres, as his name suggests, has made a fair amount of progress in his music career since he entered the music industry years ago. The St. Ann native, under the production of Real Live Records, DJ Treasure Music, and 1Family Records, has reflected on the rewards he reaped from his painful journey in his latest single, Days Like These.
Prohgres, born Richard Gordon, gave fans a glimpse of his past life in the new song along with an official music video on YouTube. With words touching on resilience and determination, he told a story about his childhood.
He deejayed, “Mi know seh mi wudda live fi see days like these. Memba when time mi couldn’t pay light bill. Drugs mi use fi numb all di pain I feel….Left out a di ghetto now mi up inna eh scheme, dem negative thoughts couldn’t kill my dream.”
The visuals, shot by Deko Massive kicked off with the 29-year-old artiste looking up to a dark sky and switched to him sitting in the dark before showing the deejay exiting a car during the daytime. The music video also features black-and-white scenes of little boys hanging out together and shots of Prohgres deejaying in a poor community.
Watch Days Like These music video below:
The music video premiered yesterday on YouTube and has since accumulated over 30,688 views, with listeners voicing their approval. One viewer expressed, “Real one my G, keep dropping dem hits 💯 💯🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥,” and another commented, “Dawg underrated yuh fuck Stay firm bad bro you must kick dung di door.”
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