Dreezy is the latest artist to jump over the “Jumpman,” with her very own version of the Drake and Future record. Does she disappoint? You know the answer that. Of course she killed it. Don’t say or do anything stupid for the rest of the evening, just hit the jump and press play — it’s a slam dunk.Andrew Barber 0
Ms. Dreezy has been going nonstop lately, and today she gives us this brand new visual for “Nonstop.” This was not included on her recently released project, Call It What You Want, but you should still check that out, nonetheless. She’s beauty and the beast on the mic — believe that.Andrew Barber 0
Directed by Hi Def. Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive.
Dreezy takes it all the way back to hear Schizo project, to unleash this once-vaulted video for “All The Time.” Filmed on location at Lacuna 2150.
You can grab Dreezy’s latest project, Call It What You Want, right here. Hopefully, we’ll get her Interscope Records debut some time this year. For now, enjoy “All The Time”Andrew Barber 0
One of the Chi’s fiercest emcees, Dreezy, unexpectedly drops a brand new EP, Call It What You Want. Why? Because she can, that’s why. Not only is she rolling with Interscope, but she’s also making some serious connects in the industry, as K Camp, Teyana Taylor, Southside, 1500 or Nothin and D. Brooks Exclusive all show up to offer their services.
What do you call that? I call it success. Find out why below. Big things are in store for this girl, so watch it all fall into place in the coming months.Andrew Barber 0
Video by Danny Joe Sorge
In the wee hours of the morning, three power house Chicago emcees, Dreezy, Katie Got Bandz and Sasha Go Hard, joined forces at the Markham Roller Rink. The three gathered on stage together to perform “Zero” live in front of the packed house. Talk about a triple threat! Dope to see them together like this. Check it out up top.Andrew Barber 0