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  • Summary: The debut full-length studio release for the Chicago artist features guest appearances from Gucci Mane, Jeremih, T-Pain, and Wale.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Aug 5, 2016
    77
    It’s a fully-formed offering that seamlessly balances her more rugged raps with pristine pop songs (sculpted in “Body”’s image) and tender slow jams.
  2. Aug 5, 2016
    70
    No Hard Feelings isn't quite ground-breaking, but it's an exciting step forward from Dreezy's previous project, Schizo.
  3. Dec 12, 2016
    70
    On No Hard Feelings, the South Side native adeptly mixes grit and gloss.
  4. Aug 5, 2016
    66
    Some faults of Dreezy’s album is that it sounds like a combination of the current trends in Hip Hop.
  5. Aug 5, 2016
    60
    With No Hard Feelings, Dreezy attempts to find a happy medium between street rapper and silky songstress. Fans of her harder bars and grittier raps will be championing for the former while those looking for versatility will appreciate what she has to offer here when it comes to her sing-song flow.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
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  1. Aug 10, 2016
    8
    This album is beautifully produced which makes Dreezy sound like the most confident female rapper to snag the podium. Lyrically, it's nothingThis album is beautifully produced which makes Dreezy sound like the most confident female rapper to snag the podium. Lyrically, it's nothing new; however, with her smooth vocals and fierce flow, she has all the ingredients to pull off this sexy recipe of confidence, respect and passion. Expand
  2. Aug 16, 2016
    8
    Not a bad rapper. The music fits the voice. Good looking. Would rather see her plastered all over the place than a Nikki Minaj. No stupidNot a bad rapper. The music fits the voice. Good looking. Would rather see her plastered all over the place than a Nikki Minaj. No stupid gimmicks like Nikki. If Dreezy keeps it up could be the new queen of rap. Expand

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