After teaming up with Kodak Black and 6LACK for the "Spar" video, Chicago rapper Dreezy stopped by The L.A. Leakers show to showcase her bars. Spitting over Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace" instrumental, Dreezy proved she's one to watch in hip-hop.

"’Bout my bread, white wheat pita/Ain't a big dog you a tea cup/I just got that bag secured/Count it up with my manicure/I might hit yo nigga and run/Better make sure your man assured/Hit yo party with some bad bitches and the Hennessy and the drugs," she raps.

"I ain't ask for this shit, I was chosen/And yo boy on his knee call him Colin/Yeah, my pockets are pregnant, they're showing/Thinkin' you got a spot, bitch, I'm towin'/Bitches dissing the game, we don't know them/Give me head if you came for the Trojan," Dreezy continues, switching her flow up.

Leading up to the release of her debut album, No Hard Feelings, Dreezy discussed with XXL how she's adjusting to fame. "I think I'm just now getting like, comfortable with everything, you know what I'm saying?" she explained. "Like, the past two years and being signed and stuff, it's just been real weird, and it's been hard to transition, but now I'm getting the hang of this shit. I'm cool. I'm Dreezy, this what I do. I'm good. I know how to finesse this shit."

Check out Dreezy's freestyle below.

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