Last time we heard Dreezy spit she was holding it down for her Chicago companion, Queen Key, as an element on “HA,” which shows up on Key’s introduction Eat My Pussy. Before that, Dreezy welcomed 2 Chainz to ride on the motorsport themed “second to None.” We’ve likewise heard her shaking with Snoop Dogg and Jacquees on “Everything.” The youthful rapper is back with her own particular solo track “Where Dem $ @,” advising us that her stream is solid even as a remain solitary.
The “second to None” rapper presently can’t seem to guarantee the main spot as a craftsman on the come up. Fans have been sitting tight for the Chicago local’s profile to explode since she went ahead the scene with her “Chiraq” remix in ’04. Dreezy makes her goals unmistakable on “Where Dem $ @.” She is here to anchor her stacks. London’s creation sounds like a finessed form of Tyga’s “Rack City,” utilizing a comparative accentuation on a synth bass line and a basic drum beat. The sound is smooth, finished with Dreezy’s stating and word-play.