Chicago's Dreezy has been making her rounds this year and it's finally paying off. The rapper remixed Future and Drake's "Jumpman." She remixed Nicki Minaj's "Chi-Raq." And was featured on King Louie's Drillumanti 3. Now, she is back with her own EP, From Now On and ready to take it up a notch.
From Now On, available for purchase today on iTunes, has only one feature: Dej Loaf. The Detroit lyricist is featured on the track, "Serena," and is also in the visual that debuted yesterday on REVOLT. Take a look below.
The EP was produced by Metro Boomin and 808's Mafia and it has five tracks on it. All very strong tracks, Dreezy shows off her lyrical side on this project.
This is just a preview for what is to come from Dreezy. The rapper recently signed to Interscope Records and will be dropping her major label debut in 2016. She has come quite the way since dropping her mixtape, Schizo, and her hit single, "Boss," in 2014 and her EP, Call it What You Want, in July of this year. She was even featured in the 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards Digital Cypher and released of a remix of her track, "Boss," with Lil' Herb. Dreezy is quickly climb up the ladder to success and it seems as if she won't be letting anyone get in her way.
Tell us what you think of Dreezy's From Now On and if you'll be purchasing it on iTunes. The first 20 fans to purchase the album will be invited to Dreezy's private listening session. If you don't believe us, take a look for yourself:
#FromNowOn Drops on iTunes at 12 midnight! First 20 fans to show me they copped it, is invited to my private listening party this Saturday!
— Dreezy ♈️ (@dreezydreezy) December 25, 2015