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Pressha got his start as a part of the group Southsyde B.O.I.Z., which had a minor hit with “Get Ready Here It Comes (Choo Choo)” before he had his only hit single as a solo artist in 1998.

Pressha "Don't Get It Twisted" album cover

“Splackavellie” was featured on the soundtrack to the Ice Cube film The Player’s Club.  The song is about the kind of man that a woman uses solely for her own sexual pleasure without all of the added complications of being in a relationship.

The song was a top 40 hit, reaching number 27 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and number 14 on the R&B charts.

“Splackavellie” would be Pressha’s only hit single as a solo artist.  His album, Don’t Get It Twisted, was a commercial and critical failure.

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