Legendary P

Who Got The Juice?



Bronx native and son to a single mother, Jimmy “J Pressure” Bobbitt started rapping in junior high. He would find himself freestyling in the school halls with his peers. Not long after, he landed a supporting roll in the 2000 American drama film “Finding Forrester” which starred Sean Connery, Rob Brown and was directed by Gus Van Sant. It was then that J Pressure decided to take his musical abilities to the next level. He perfected his storytelling ability and song composition skills while remaining true to who he was, where he was from, and what he encountered daily;a trait that is hard to find nowadays in the mainstream.

With Hip Hop as his platform, J Pressure uses music as his “Soap Box” to stand up and speak his mind. He brings a remarkable cadence, coupled with a powerful voice, and seasoned with a clear and concise delivery that pierces the senses. J Pressure is a breath of fresh air meant to be inhaled mentally and exhaled in a celebratory fashion.