Civil Interview: Zoey Dollaz Talks New Projects For 2017, His Philanthropy Work in Haiti & What Being Signed To Freebandz Is All About
by Lupe Looove
Miami rapper, Zoey Dollaz vows to cook up more music in 2017 in order to surpass the success of his breakthrough year. His “Blow A Check” single took over the clubs across the country, and now the Haitian-American native is continuing these power moves to uplift his career even more.
Repping the 305, Dollaz has become an intrinsic voice of the streets. The support from his local fanbase peaked after the release of his project Who Don’t Like Dollaz, which featured the original version of “Blow A Check.” Shortly after, the rapper caught the attention of P. Diddy, French Montana, and the man himself, Mr. Future Hendrix, who ended up signing him to his lable, Freebandz.
For our latest Civil Interview, the KarenCivil.com team chopped it up with Zoey Dollaz as he discussed his plans for the new year, upcoming music, being one of the few artists signed to Freebandz, and much more. Take a look! – Lupe Looove