A while back, Chicago rapper Dreezy teamed up with 6lack and Kodak Black for the excellent political track "Spar," which found Dreezy stealing the show amidst two capable artists. In fact, Dreezy is actually pretty deadly on the mic, and her 2016 studio debut No Hard Feelings is worth a listen; despite the fact that her name is often left out of the conversation, Dreezy remains one of the game's most well-rounded female emcees. Today, she teamed up with Philadelphia's PnB Rock for a new banger called "Can't Trust A Soul," which finds Dreezy going off with some braggadocious lyrics.
The first verse goes particularly hard, as Dreezy takes a few shots at someone who sounds an awful lot like 21 Savage. "Should have known you a backstabber, had the knife tatted on your face," she raps, leaving us all wondering if there's more to this story (for the record, the pair previously collaborated on "Motorcycle"). Regardless, "Can't Trust A Soul" is a great Friday banger, and you should most definitely put Dreezy on your radar if you haven't already.
I just got top from a Muslim I told him "A Salaam Alaikum
Ion fuck with nobody, mama say I'm goin' through a phase yeah
Shoulda known you a back stabber, had a knife tatted on you face yeah