Seandrea Sledge (born March 28, 1994), better known by her stage name Dreezy, is an American singer, songwriter and rapper. Sledge was born and raised in southern Chicago, Illinois, where she studied fine arts as a distraction from her home life. During this time she began dancing, writing, and singing. As her sk** as a songwriter grew she began rapping and in 2014 was named as the "Princess of Chicago Rap" by Noisey via Vice Magazine. Later that year, she signed a recording contract with Interscope Records. Life and career 1994â€“2014: Early life and career beginnings Seandrea Sledge was born on March 28, 1994 and was raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois and throughout her childhood, Sledge has moved to a number of locations due to her parents being separated. To escape poor upbringings, Sledge looked into fine arts, which a**isted her to depart her some of the realities of her life. Sledge has tested dancing, writing, and singing, however her expertise in writing has mainted her grow to as a singer and songwriter, but she advanced singing and drifted towards rapping around the age of 14 and from there onward, her expansion as a rapper has been notable. As Sledge burrowed into rapping, she became good friends with fellow Chicago female rapper Sasha Go Hard and made an appearance on Sasha's song "I Ain't No Hitta" in 2012. Sledge later released a song with Lil Durk called "Ghost". In February 2013, Sledge released an collaborative Mixtape with fellow Chicago rapper Mikey Dollaz titled Business N Pleasure. Afterwards, she later independently released her first solo mixtape titled Schizo through AOE Records in February 2014 along with a song featuring American rapper Common called "No Good". 2014â€“present: From Now On and No Hard Feelings In April 2014, she released her remix of YMCMB rapper Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb's "Chiraq" and received general attention, with many fans claiming that it was more likened than Minaj's version. The remix later garnered her attention and landed her a collaboration with rapper Common on his tenth studio album Nobody's Smiling. In December 2014, it was announced that Sledge signed a recording contract with Interscope Records whom in their favor dropped fellow Chicago rapper Chief Keef a few weeks ago. Sledge revealed that her debut album, No Hard Feelings is going to be released on July 15, 2016.