South Florida MC Zoey Dollaz is the latest edition to Future's FreeBandz roster having recently signed a joint venture with the Atlanta-based label and Epic Records.

The deal was made public early this morning (April 9). Zoey posted a picture of himself at the Epic Records office to his Instagram account along with the caption. "Lots where real but most were fake. Some didn't believe in the beginning... More jumped on board at the end. But the reality is.... I needed them all. The lovers, the haters, the djs and YOU the supporters! This is just the beginning. Ride with me through this humbling journey of success. Shouts to my new family! @epicrecords thank you for allowing me to make my dreams come true!!"

He later posted a photo where he is posing alongside Epic Records exec L.A. Reid.

Future later confirmed his label's involvement with Zoey's artist development taking to Twitter and announcing "Freebandz over Everythang @ZoeyDollaz #Epic."

Zoey has been making a name for himself in the Sunshine State and surrounding areas for a little while now. The 25-year-old MC hopped in the game with the mixtape Love, Money, & Bullets in 2012 building clout in the 305. He followed that up with the breakthrough project Who Don’t Like Dollaz via Poe Boy Music Group, which features his biggest hit “Blow A Check.” Late last year, Diddy remixed the song for the Bad Boy mogul's MMM project.

Zoe is currently in the running for the 2016 XXL Freshman Class. Check out his pitch here.

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