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Chicago’s own Dreezy is setting her own lane and quite frankly, no one can enter into the space she is creating.
After ripping through her second L.A. Leakers freestyle, Dreezy sat down to speak with Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk about her journey as a budding female emcee in the game. With her current project, ‘HITGIRL’ setting the pace for what is to come, with an expected tour and more collaborations down the line, Big Dreez’s resumé is continuing to expand with each opportunity she is blessed with.
‘HITGIRL’ is a ten-track album that is entirely produced by LA native Hit-Boy and the two’s undeniable chemistry is felt on the project as both artists worked to incorporate their perspectives on the offering. Speaking on the heavy-hitter list of features on the album, Dreezy explains how guest appearances from Jeremih, Coi Leray, and Future all came together.
As Dreezy snapped on Freestyle #143 with bars over Kanye West’s “Clique,” she opens up about the work she’s put in over the years with Ye and although none of her verses were used for the now-scrapped ‘Yandhi’ album, Dreezy shares the experience and knowledge she gained from consistently working with the genius of Ye.
Dreezy goes on to speak on the advice J. Cole has given her over the years, being featured on the Dreamville compilation album, how her mother was not so supportive of her rap career in the beginning, and much more.