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Epic Records/Freebandz Artist Zoey Dollaz On Tour For M’ap Boule

M'ap Boule
Zoey Dollaz

Haitian rapper Zoey Dollaz took time off from gracing the stage alongside rapper Future to go on tour for his new Map Boule EP. The new EP, released in July titled Haitian slang for “I’m good” couldn’t be more fitting. Executive produced by Future, the EP contains a slew of features from Future, Chris Brown, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Tory Lanez and other hip-hop top dogs, M’ap Boule have generated an ongoing buzz online, and deservedly so.

M’ap Boule comes right on the heels of the Miami rapper’s mixtape Nobody’s Safe, which dropped in May. Now, he’s hitting the road with from September 14 to October 27 in the following cities.

9/23 Lawrence, MA

9/29 Minneapolis, MN

10/7 Worcester,MA

10/8 Readin, PA

10/26 Greenboro, NC

10/27 Manchester, NH

You can listen to his EP here

More on Zoey Dollaz:

The release of his smash hit “Blow A Check”, became a grass-root motivational anthem to Hip Hop and mainstream audiences. The song became such a success, It gained the attention of music and business mogul Puff Daddy, inspiring the “Blow A Check” (Bad Boy Remix) Featuring Puff Daddy, Zoey Dollaz and French Montana. Zoey’s breakout single, “Bad Tings” featuring DB Bantino, is currently heating up online with over 6 Million Streams. He also freshly came off Future’s Nobody’s Safe & FUTURE HNDRXX TOUR as a featured performer.

Stream M’ap Boule in full below, and look out for more from this up-and-comer.

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