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Published On: Fri, Oct 14th, 2016

Dreezy: No Hard Feelings

No Hard Feelings
(Interscope Records)

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South Side, Chicago has a bunch of talent coming out the woodwork, but this particular artist has something special. I can’t recall how I came to find Dreezy’s music. I knew there was something special there, but I didn’t read much into it. After releasing a remix to Nicki Minaj’s “ChiRaq,” her presence became known. That was in the spring of 2014. Now, in 2016, she is a household name. Signing to Interscope Records in 2015, she has put out her share of work after releasing four mixtapes, two EPs, and No Hard Feelings. If you listen to the older records, you hear the potential immediately. As you listen to her new album, you can hear the maturity and growth. In my opinion, its a body of work that has been thought out. She’s grown as a woman and as an artist, which is apparent in both her lyrics and musical choices. I enjoy her album as a whole, but obviously I have my favorites. I’ve been bit by the trap bug, so “Spazz” caught my ear instantly! I enjoy the balance of the fresh, young, and playful concepts, but you can tell she means every word. “Close to You” is a certified hit. The collaboration with T-Pain is sexy, smooth, and real hip-hop. There aren’t many collaborations besides songs with Gucci Mane and Jeremih. “Ride” is for that laid back, but turnt-up feel. “Don’t Know Me” shows her mature side and how her time in the music industry has made her aware of the pitfalls and the loss of relationships. She has a variety of topics ranging from relationships to growth. The album has some club bangers as well. “Wasted” and “Worth It” are catchy, smooth, and easy to relate to at any age. “Invincible” is a great tune as well. I was satisfied with the flow and delivery of the album. It’s entertaining and gives me hope for the future of hip-hop.

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Dreezy: No Hard Feelings