"Move Like The Mob" is another hit under Zoey Dollaz belt. Dollaz has been steadily dropping banger after banger since jumping on the scene. With the assistance of Young Thug and Lil Durk, he continues that streak. The three rappers bring back that mafioso flex with the new joint, highlighting the want for money by any means necessary. The song stands as a loose single right now but it feels like it should've made it's way on the tracklist of his last EP. Dollaz opens up the track before Thug and Durk share the second verse over some eerie trap production.
Zoey Dollaz has been steady dropping heaters over the course of this year. Back in July, he released his latest project M'ap Broule. The project featured "Post and Delete" featuring Chris Brown which has been garnering a lot of attention as well as receiving a healthy amount of radio play as well. He was also seen recently shooting the video with Breezy, so hopefully that drops sometime soon.
A few months prior to that, he dropped his mixtape Nobody's Safe a week prior to heading on the road with FBG CEO, Future, on his "Nobody Safe" tour. Dollaz has been flooding the market and gaining some well deserved attention from not only his peers but the hip hop community at large. While he's yet to hit the mainstream like that yet, it's bound to happen in the near future. With the guidance of Future as well as the network of rappers that are messing with him as well, Zoey Dollaz is looking at a very promising career ahead.
300K on the foreign
Yeah bitch, that's a house
Niggas tough on the internet
In person, they quiet like mouse