Dreezy Feat. Gucci Mane "We Gon Ride" Video
Dreezy Feat. Gucci Mane
Dreezy was among the first artists to collaborate with Gucci Mane following his prison release. She dropped off "We Gon Ride" in June, ahead of her debut album No Hard Feelings. Now that the album's had time to sit with fans for just under a month, Dreezy is back with a new set of visuals for her Gucci collaboration.
AlunaGeorge Feat. Dreezy & Leikeli47 "Mean What I Mean" Video
AlunaGeorge Feat. Dreezy & Leikeli47
A couple of weeks ago, AlunaGeorge released their new single featuring a pair of likeminded female MCs, Dreezy and Leikeli47, "Mean What I Mean." The electronic-pop record, although on a surface level is all fun and bubbly, actually has pretty serious subject matter, with Aluna warding off any would-be sexual predators by saying, no means no.
21 Savage Feat. Dreezy "Motorcycle" Video
21 Savage Feat. Dreezy
Taking it back to last year’s Slaughter King mixtape, ATL’s 21 Savage decides to come through today and share the official video for his Zaytoven-produced record “Motorcycle” featuring Chicago’s own Dreezy.
Dreezy Feat. T-Pain "Close To You" Video
Dreezy Feat. T-Pain
Just after revealing the artwork, tracklist, and release date for her debut album, No Hard Feelings, Dreezy has released the video to last week's "Close to You," the album's latest single.
Dreezy Feat. Jeremih "Body" Video
Dreezy Feat. Jeremih
As her single continues to climb the charts & do work on the airwaves, Chicago’s very own Dreezy decides to come through today and share a new video for her smash hit “Body” with Jeremih. With plenty of dancing & drinks being passed around, watch Dreezy & Jeremih flirt with each other at a wild house party, before leaving together in an old school drop in this feel-good party clip above. Check it out.
Dreezy Feat. DeJ Loaf "Serena" Video
Dreezy Feat. DeJ Loaf
To promote her upcoming From Now EP, which drops this Friday on Christmas, Chicago’s female emcee, Dreezy, decides to come through and share the official video for her Dej Loaf-featured collab “Serena.”
BET Cypher: Emilio Rojas, Dreezy, Conceited, Retro Jace, Dillon Cooper & Andy Mineo
Emilio Rojas Feat. Dreezy, Conceited, Jace, Dillon Cooper & Andy Mineo
At the end of last week BET released the names for this year's BET Hip-Hop Award cyphers. The event just went down in Atlanta this past weekend (stay tuned for our exclusive interviews this week) but it doesn't actually air until October 14th, along with the pre-taped cyphers.