Dreezy's came through with Big Dreez yesterday. While her solo songs hold their own, the emcee tagged a few established rappers for her first project. Offset assists on her melodic joint, "Cash App." Stream the finessed below.
The artist gives credit to her father for inspiring her to pursue music with mindfulness. "My daddy kind of re-routed my mind a little bit. Like, 'Take that street smarts you know and turn it into business. Turn it into money and turn this into the real world and make a career for yourself.' So, that's what I feel helped me through my music," Dreezy recalled. "It's like, I was always rapping, I was always signing, but I wasn't doing nothing with it. I didn't have no real career plan. I was going to college like everybody else, thinking I was finna do the whole school thing, and then, eventually, I said, 'F*ck all of that.' (Laughs)"
I don't take L's, I smoke 'em
Young Oprah, bag like Moka
All around the world, n*gga, ain't no local