Mention the millennial rise-up of Chicago's hip-hop scene and you'll undoubtedly hear names on repeat: Chance; Vic; Keef; Bibby; Durk; Herb.
But one name that mustn't be overlooked? DREEZY.
The quick-lipped Seandrea Sledge started under the umbrella of 'singer-songwriter' but as she embraced her drift towards rapping, the notoriety quickly followed thanks to a few fire tapes, guest nods from fellow north-midwesterners Dej Loaf and Jeremih and an eventual EP, From Now On, produced by Metro Boomin and 808's Mafia.
Sitting down with Dreezy after her set at the #RevoltOn6 SXSW party last month, the young talent spoke about plans to make her official debut 'something special and something to remember'.