As Zoey Dollaz can attest through his music, some of the best art comes from experiencing different things that life has to offer, the good and the bad.
While the Miami native has been on the ground in Houston helping out with relief efforts following the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the 26-year-old rapper hasn't stopped sharpening his lyrical swords, today (Sept. 6) dropping off a new freestyle.
During the video clip accompanying his "Action Freestyle," with the visuals being captured in New York City's Times Square neighborhood by MadMisfit Productions, Dollaz spits a smooth-but-fierce onslaught of rhymes, flawlessly delivering off-the-top bars over a Buda & Grandz-produced beat and making it look all too easy.
Dollaz, who recently released his M'ap Boule project, continues to expand his audience and his discography alike, all while building a name for himself as one of the most generous and selfless rappers in the game right now.
"This whole mission has been about," he shared during a conversation with REVOLT about his decision to help out in Houston. "It was heartbreaking seeing those people with no homes and I know those people felt super helpless. It was like, What if I was in that position.. I would definitely want people to help as well."
Take a look at Zoey Dollaz contributions to the communities affected by Hurricane Harvey in the video above, as well as check out his latest freestyle below.