UPDATE: The official CDQ version of the "Close to You" remix is now available. Dreezy tapped T-Pain for the original single, off her July album, No Hard Feelings, and Rick Ross adds a verse to the remix. The song is produced by Rance of 1500 Or Nothin' and Terrace Martin.
Dreezy's No Hard Feelings is still one of the strongest projects of 2016, and certainly one of the most promising debut albums. The album is split pretty evenly between rapidfire raps and pop-minded R&B, and T-Pain-assisted single "Close To You" is an example of the latter. The song has now been remixed by none other than Rick Ross, who sounds perfectly at home on the lush, melodic instrumental. Rozay opens the track with talk of bubble baths and lust-driven obsession, showing that like Dreezy, he can do hard street rap as well as more luxurious sounds.
You can stream Dreezy's album, which also features guest appearances from Gucci Mane and Jeremih, here.
Say my name, say my name
Shawty say my name
Put them diamonds on your neck
That boy won't say a thing
Love letters, Moschino sweaters
That's on seven figures
Paint a picture
Cover your wall with my favorite scriptures