Chicago Rapper Dreezy (Seandrea Sledge) said her debut album “No Hard Feelings,” came from a place of growth, change and evolution.
“With me moving [to LA from Chicago] and being out of my comfort zone, being away from the boyfriend that I used to have, that isolation gave me a path to learn about myself, and get a chance to know and value myself. I realize that I wanted all this company around me and it wasn’t necessarily good company,” Dreezy told Billboard. “It was just a lesson learned and I kept it pushing.”
The 19-track album features radio-ready R&B songs (“Body” featuring Jeremih) as well as bass-heavy, bar spitting (“Spazz”) and a Ggucci Mane collaboration (“We Gon Ride”). Wale and T-Pain also appear on the record. The genre evolution is new to her. Dreezy said.
“I never really considered myself a singer until the “Body” record dropped,” sje said. “Now that I’ve done a full R&B song, I can officially say I’m a full artist.” –article via: Nicholas Wooten, Chicago Tribune -July 29, 2016
…mellow out to “Wasted”, the most recent single release by Dreezy.