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Dreezy Breaks Down the Struggles She's Had in the Music Industry

The Chicago artist opens up in a deleted scene from 'The Therapist.'

by Noisey Staff
Aug 29 2017, 6:00pm

Chicago rapper Dreezy's appeal has always been tied to the personal vulnerabilities she's shared in her music. In 2016, she made herself a serious contender when she released her smash hit "Body" with fellow Chicagoan Jeremih. Since then, Dreezy has been keeping a fairly low profile. The reasons why may be tied to In her recent sit down with Dr. Siri Sat Nam Singh of VICELAND's The Therapist. In a deleted scene from Dreezy's session, she talks about lessons she's learned from being a newcomer to the music industry. "It's all for your product at the end of the day. Ain't nobody gon' go as hard for your brand than you," she said to Dr. Siri. "So it's just my passion for my career." She also speaks about fans being appreciative of her openness. Watch two deleted scenes below, and catch The Therapist tonight on VICELAND at 10:30 EST.

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