Shot and chopped by Potent Vision.
Reggies belonged to Dreezy and Logan last night as the two emcees hit the stage there after holding a meet and greet at Jugrnaut. Dreezy Dreezy and Logan didn’t come alone, though. Familiar faces such as Alex Wiley, Sasha Go Hard, KD Young Cocky and Katie Got Bandz were also hand on support and grace the stage.
Missed it? No worries — a small recap of the action from last night can be found above.
Directed by Lashe. Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive.
The power trio of KD Young Cocky, Dreezy and D. Brooks Exclusive join forces yet again to shed light on the harsh realities of the streets of Chicago. Dreezy is definitely one of the hottest rising talents in the city, and KD Young Cocky is close behind, so a voice of change from them is something people should and will pay attention to. The video was well done to boot.
Produced by 808 Mafia
Blanco Caine recruits a couple of lovely ladies for his latest leak, the too turnt anthem, “Go Crazy.” All three emcees go plum loco on this joint which is sure to have the clubs going crazy all summer long. 808 Mafia handled the production and all camps involved really brought their A-game. “Go Crazy” with them below.
Blanco’s Syrup & Sauce is due out this summer.
Produced by VSLU
Cello’s Industry Ready mixtape is due out on June 16th, and as he preps the release he’s decided to cut loose this new party starter entitled “Turn Up” which features the red hot, Dreezy. This heater begs the question: turn down for what?
Give is a spin below.
Fresh off of the release of her collaboration with Common yesterday, Dreezy stopped by Sway In The Morning for a quick Q&A session with Sway, Heather B. and Tracy G. During the interview, Dreezy touches on how she met Common, meeting No I.D., how she feels about working with other female emcees and more.
Dreezy also reveals that recorded a record with King Louie for G.O.O.D. Music’s follow-up to the Cruel Summer compilation, Cruel Winter. Interesting, to say the least. Check out the full interview above.
Produced by D. Brooks.
Dreezy’s been teasing a collaboration with Common since the two hit the studio together in Los Angeles a few weeks ago and today, Dreezy unleashes what she cooked up with Com via ‘Plex.
Listen to Dreezy and Common’s “No Good” below.
Common is back home in Chicago at the moment, and pictures have been popping up on Instagram and Twitter featuring Com with some of the Chi’s rising stars working on an undisclosed project and an undisclosed location.
Well, we just got word that Com is allegedly back home shooting the cover art for his new album Nobody’s Smiling, and he’s enlisted the help of some of Chicago’s finest for it. In numerous interviews leading up to the album’s release, Common proclaimed that he was fond of rappers like Chance The Rapper, Lil Herb, Lil Bibby and Vic Mensa. So today while shooting the cover of his new album, he reached out to a few of them to partake. King Louie, Lil Herb, The G Count, KD Young Cocky, Lil Bibby and Dreezy were all on hand to support Com on set. What exactly have they cooked up? We’re not sure, but Common discusses briefly in a clip below. You can also check out some additional pics as well.
Common also found time to shoot a video with Dreezy for a new track titled “No Good.” Business as usual.
Directed by Nick Brazinsky.
Dreezy was actually the first to drop her own rendition of Nicki and Herb’s “Chiraq” and she brings out the city for the track’s official video, which you can watch above.
Last week, Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb definitely shook things up when they dropped their collaborative effort, “Chi-Raq.” The song was quite polarizing, as many thought the song was exploitive on Nicki’s part. Others thought the joint was simply a good look for Herb. Either way, everyone felt some type of way about it.
After “Chi-Raq” dropped a flood of “Chi-Raq” freestyles hit the inbox, with dozens of emcees setting out to tackle the track. Katie Got Bandz made a whole lot of noise with her version, while FM Supreme turned around the track and took aim at Nicki on it.
One of the most noteworthy versions of “Chi-Raq” came from rising female Chicago emcee Dreezy, who grabbed a ton of new fans with her rendition. The track even grabbed Common’s attention, so much in fact that he brought Dreezy up to 107.5 WGCI to discuss the track and Dreezy’s version with UB Rodriguez.