About Zoey Dollaz
Haitian-American rapper Zoey Dollaz was born Elvis Millord in Miami, Florida in 1990. He moved around somewhat in his youth, relocating to Haiti for a time but returning to Miami in the 2010s. Rapping from an early age, his first mixtape was released in 2012 and various online singles followed as his profile grew. In 2015, his single "Blow a Check" broke through in a major way, with its massive radio airplay attracting the attention of a host of labels hungry to sign the young MC. Dollaz held out until established star Future came into the mix, offering him a spot on the roster of his Epic Records subsidiary Freebandz. His first work for the label came in the form of a string of mixtapes, Port-Au-Prince and October, both released in 2016, followed in the summer of 2017 by Nobody's Safe and the EP M'ap Boule, which featured guest spots from Future and A Boogie wit da Hoodie. His 2018 mixtape, Sorry Not Sorry, celebrated the underground culture of Miami.