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DREEZY DOES IT

Interscope rapper/singer Dreezy has quietly cultivated more than a little critical acclaim, making her way into the Grammy conversation with accomplished lyrical flow and an assured singing style amid much "New Queen of Hip-Hop" chatter. The Chicago-bred breakout's No Hard Feelings (released in July) spawned the gold R&B Top 10 single "Body" f/Jeremih; the set's other guests include T-Pain, Gucci Mane and Wale. For a refresher—or a crash course—in her talents and the response they've generated, check the reel below.


 
 
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