Producer Donovan “Don Corleone” Bennett recently completed a collaboration with Usher. The song titled “Pressure” was recorded at the AfterMaster Recording & Mastering Studios in Los Angeles. Corleone explained how the collaboration came about. “I got a call from Rico Love (an American producer) one night asking me if I could come to a studio
Corleone explained how the collaboration came about.
“I got a call from Rico Love (an American producer) one night asking me if I could come to a studio in Hollywood, California and be prepared to work. I went to the studio and to my surprise, Usher was in the studio. So, Rico said let me play something for you and he played me this demo that he did. It has only a few keys on it, so he then asked if I could make it fire with that dancehall sound. I made it on spot and it took me like five minutes to complete it,” he explained.
According to Don, Usher liked what he heard and insisted they recorded the song immediately. Rico Love suggested they add a Jamaican female vocalist to the production and Don came up with an artiste whom he has worked with recently.
The female singer on the track will not be disclose due to legalities. The song was recorded with the Jamaican female ‘top secret’ singer in Kingston JA at Hitmaker Studio, when Usher and Rico heard the track, “they both loved it,” Corleonie said