Zoey Dollaz is the newest member of the Freebandz Gang.
Miami rapper Zoey Dollaz started to blow up with "Blow a Check," the hit single he released last August that was remixed by Diddy and French Montana and included on Puff's November mixtape MMM. In February, Zoey joined both Ciroc Boys in the "Blow a Check" music video. It has now been revealed that Zoey has signed to Future's Freebandz Records, and consequently, to L.A. Reid's Epic Records, which handles distribution for Future's imprint.
Future tagged his new signee in a Twitter post that reads "Freebandz over Everythang," and Zoey posted a couple of pictures of himself next to L.A. Reid at Epic's headquarters. In the caption of the below pic, Zoey explained how it had been a lifelong dream of his to get signed by Reid. "Just chase your dreams man because somewhere out there they're real!" he finished the post.
When I tell you dreams are real man chase them shits yo real shit , from a little boy I put this on my mother I always said this who gotta sign me whenever I make it , I done walked in almost every building sat down with so many CEOs and chairmans and I always had low energy because I know they wasn't gonna be the ones and the day I met @la_reid he signed me instantly and looked at me said " Idk you this my first time meeting you but I know talent and I know a good soul when I see one welcome to epic records " dog I didn't say a word to nobody after that not even my mom knew anything .. Just chase your dreams man because somewhere out there they're real!
Lots where real but most were fake. Some didn't believe in the beginning... More jumped on board at the end. But the reality is.... I needed them all. The lovers, the haters, the djs and YOU the supporters! This is just the beginning. Ride with me through this humbling journey of success. Shouts to my new family! @epicrecords thank you for allowing me to make my dreams come true!!
It is worth noting that Zoey is vocal about his Haitian heritage, and Future is a known supporter of the Haitian community in Miami, as evidence on his EVOL track "Lil Haiti Baby."
@1future over everything woe 🇭🇹— zoey dollaz (@ZoeyDollaz) April 9, 2016