Last time we heard Dreezy spit she was holding it down for her Chicago comrade, Queen Key, as a feature on "HA," which appears on Key's debut Eat My Pussy. Before that, Dreezy invited 2 Chainz to ride on the motorsport themed "2nd to None." We've also heard her rocking with Snoop Dogg and Jacquees on "Everything." The young rapper is back with her own solo track "Where Dem $ @," reminding us that her flow is strong even as a stand-alone.
The "2nd to None" rapper has yet to claim the number one spot as an artist on the come up. Fans have been waiting for the Chicago native's profile to blow up since she came on the scene with her "Chiraq" remix back in '04. Dreezy makes her aspirations clear on "Where Dem $ @." She is here to secure her stacks. London's production sounds like a finessed version of Tyga's "Rack City," employing a similar emphasis on a synth bass line and a simple drum beat. The sound is slick, topped with Dreezy's phrasing and word-play.
Re-up your hustle and listen to the track below.
Where dem dollars at
Where dem ballers at
Where dem callers at
F*ck a hundred bill
Where dem hundreds at
Blow 'em like a fan