Zoey Dollaz Drops “Roll in Peace” Remix, “Post & Delete” Video Featuring Chris Brown
The original version of “Roll in Peace," which was produced by London On Da Track, appeared on Kodak's Project Baby 2 and was an instant standout. On Dollaz's version, the Haitian American rips it. "Double tapping your bitch like a new post," he raps.
In the Edward Tran-directed video, Zoey and Chris Brown are surrounded by women while they get into some illegal activities. The song, along with the video, puts a spotlight on why sharing everything on social media isn't good.
"We live in a heavy social media world. We all can relate to posting something on IG, Twitter, or Facebook only to delete it soon after thinking about it. I've done so plenty of times," Dollaz says. "That's what makes this song so relevant and relatable. Not to mention, we got Chris Brown to add his flavor to the song which took it to another level. This song is a big record and I believe it will be my biggest one yet."
“Post & Delete" is off of Dollaz's M’ap Boule EP, which features guest appearances from Future, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Tory Lanez and more. Bump both releases below.
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