Drês is the sixth album released by Brazilian band Nando Reis e os Infernais. The singer Ana Cañas guest appeared on the track "Pra Você Guardei o Amor". The song "Ainda Não Passou" nominated for the 2009 Latin Grammy Award of Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language). As of August 2010, the album sold around 18,000 copies.
The name of the album is a portmanteau of the words "Dri" (nickname of his ex-girlfriend Adriana Lotaif) and "três" (three, the number of songs dedicated to her in the album: "Hi, Dri!", "Driamante" and the title-track).
Andres "Dres" Titus (born March 18, 1967) is the lead rapper of the alternative hip hop duo Black Sheep. He formed the group in 1989 along with Mista Lawnge. On its 1991 debut album, A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, Dres has a smooth rhyme flow, with a dose of light humor, which gave him praise in the hip hop community. Later, his style became more serious with the release of the 1994 album: Non-Fiction. Due to the lackluster sales of their sophomore album, Dres and Mista Lawnge split up and started independent projects.
In 1999, Dres released a solo album titled Sure Shot Redemption. On the cover, he is credited as Dres the Black Sheep. In 2000, the duo reunited and recorded Redlight, Greenlight (EP) and the title track of the film Once in the Life. In 2006 Dres released another solo album that was titled 8WM/Novakane. In 2009, Dres released an EP titled From the Black Pool of Genius: the Prelude in preparation for his most recent solo LP, From the Black Pool of Genius, which was released June 2010.
Dres is African American and Puerto Rican descent.
Dres (plural dresy or dresiarze) is a term used in Poland to describe a subculture of young males.
Dres may also refer to:
- Dres (rapper), Andres Titus, a rapper of the alternative hip hop duo Black Sheep
- Defence Research Establishment Suffield, the former name for the military research facility near Suffield, Alberta
- Drês, a 2009 album by Nando Reis
- Dres, the Ceres analog in Kerbal Space Program