Dreezy Drops ‘COVID Flow’, Calls Herself The ‘Hardest Rapper Of Her Generation’


Dreezy has returned and she’s coming for everyone’s throat. The 27-year-old lyricist announced in a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday (March 22) that she’s been hitting the studio, and flexed her prowess by dropping a braggadocious new track titled “Covid Flow,” which was produced by Bankroll Got It.

“Mannn it’s been a min but I’m done waiting,” Dreezy wrote. “Im dropping music back to back from this day forward. Im the hardest rapper of my generation and this year yall gone respect that. My bday in 6 days I’m poppin my shit all week!

“‘COVID FLOW’” out now !! Another new song next week! ?We back having fun with this shit! If you ready for new Big Dreez drop a comment.”

Former love interest Jacquees notably sounded off in the comments, dropping off a few rocket ship emojis to show his support.

The last time fans got a solo Dreezy project was in 2019 with the 10 track Big Dreezy, which was well received by critics and included features from Jeremih, Offset, Kash Doll, Jacquees and Derez Deshon. She recently lent her talents to King Von’s first posthumous record What It Means To Be King on the track “Hard to Trust.”

They also had linked previously on Von’s 2020 release “Mad At You” off his debut album Welcome To O’Block, but the fellow Chicago lyricist clarified on Instagram “Hard to Trust” was actually recorded before “Mad At You” while Von was still alive.

Check out the video for “Covid Flow” below.