Rising Chicago vocalist, rapper and songwriter Dreezy’s debut album No Hard Feelings is out now on Interscope and receiving critical acclaim. Pitchfork calls it “a fully-formed offering that seamlessly balances rugged raps with pristine pop songs…and tender slow jams,” continuing, “Dreezy is as accomplished a vocalist as she is a lyricist, with a glossy tone that rises as painlessly into falsetto as it does a playful squeal.” The FADER says “The Chicago [MC] sounds great as part of a duet, whether trading bars or flexing her considerable vocal skills, but she also sounds outstanding on her own,” while XXL praises her “potent punchlines, R&B tendencies and a backbone tougher than the neighborhood she comes from.”

Lead single “Body” featuring Jeremih has been streamed more than 30 million times on Spotify with over 26 million views on YouTube, watch the music video here. “Close To You” featuring T-Pain, is currently #22 at Urban radio and climbing Shazam charts, watch the video here.

Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Dreezy was once named the “Princess of Chicago Rap” by Vice’s Noisey. Dreezy rose to prominence following collaborations with Chicago drill fixture Lil Durk as well as the release of her remix of Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb’s “Chiraq,” which led to collaborations with Common and AlunaGeorge and a deal with Interscope Records. No Hard Feelings follows her acclaimed 2015 EPs Call It What You Want and From Now On. Dreezy is currently in the studio working on new music.

Dreezy is playing select dates this fall, including a hometown show at Chicago’s Reggie’s September 27 and L.A.’s The Echo October 26 with further tour dates to be announced.

For more information, please contact Carla Sacks or Reid Kutrow at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

*with Tory Lanez

September 27 /// Chicago, IL /// Reggie’s
October 26 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Echo
November 3 /// San Diego, CA /// The Observatory North Park*
November 4 /// Santa Ana, CA /// The Observatory*