7 Songs, 24 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In only seven tracks, Zoey Dollaz showcases a wide array of motifs—both in sound and topic. “Post & Delete,” an ode to the perils of Internet flirtation, is almost R&B in sonic nature, borrowing Chris Brown for the hook. “Mula” is heavier, trap drums and Auto-Tune giving a carefree bounce to Zoey’s choppy flows about falling in love with money. Party jam “Oh Yeah Yeah” seeks to overwhelm the dance floor, layering percussion on top of more percussion.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In only seven tracks, Zoey Dollaz showcases a wide array of motifs—both in sound and topic. “Post & Delete,” an ode to the perils of Internet flirtation, is almost R&B in sonic nature, borrowing Chris Brown for the hook. “Mula” is heavier, trap drums and Auto-Tune giving a carefree bounce to Zoey’s choppy flows about falling in love with money. Party jam “Oh Yeah Yeah” seeks to overwhelm the dance floor, layering percussion on top of more percussion.

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