Video: Mikey Dollaz – “Fuck Me Right”

The Chicago Drill Rapper Dives Deep at a Jacuzzi Party in “Fuck Me Right” Video Single, Debuted by Dummy Mag


The Video:

One of Chicago drill rapper Mikey Dollaz’s greatest strengths is his ability to flawlessly bounce between high energy club records and silky-yet-edgy bedroom vibes. This versatility might be most evident now as he follows trunk-rattling Sonny Digital and Obey City produced singles “Good As It Gets” and “Hot Boy” with “Fuck Me Right,” which finds Mikey Dollaz not just knee deep in a jacuzzi serenading with auto-tuned vocals over a track produced by Strict Face. The video debuts via Dummy Mag, who praised Mikey Dollaz for “whipping up a visual concoction that entwines itself to the aquatic and crystalline sounds of Strict Face’s production.”

Mikey Dollaz’s Picture Me Rollin’ mixtape, which debuted last week via FACT Mag, finds Mikey Dollaz teaming up with Planet Mu’s Silk Road Assassins, Dun Deal, and Honorable C.N.O.T.E., in addition to the aforementioned contributions from Sonny Digital, Obey City, and Strict Face. Prior to Picture Me Rollin’, Mikey Dollaz appeared alongside frequent collaborator and drill rap architect King Louie on a loose single from producer SALVA, “Forever Be Dat Guy,” as gunshots punctuated what seemed to be a tranquil love tune flipping it into a boastful drill anthem. Born and raised on the West Side of Chicago, street drama derailed a promising basketball career for Mikey Dollaz. After a prison stint, he invested himself in the city’s burgeoning hip-hop scene, linking with Tink and Dreezy. Mikey Dollaz’s Picture Me Rollin’ is available now.

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Mikey Dollaz Background:

To watch Chicago’s Mikey Dollaz is to see an artist’s vision coming into focus in real time. In less than three short years, he’s grown from a competent drill rapper to a versatile lyricist. He sometimes picks themes for entire projects to keep himself on mission: the titles of Sex Music, Music on Drugz and the three Street Life tapes speak for themselves. He literally has more talent than he knows what to do with. In 2016, Mikey Dollaz finds himself established and ready to make a statement as an artist. Done workshopping his flows and test-driving various styles, he’s ready to break out of the midwest and reach for national acclaim with a proper album. Only a couple of years into his career, it’s clear Mikey is yet to reach the limit of his potential.


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“Fuck Me Right”:

“Good As It Gets” (ft. I.L Will; Prod. by Sonny Digital):

“Hot Boy” (Prod. by Obey City):

“Forever Be Dat Guy” (ft. King Louie; Prod. by Salva):

Sex Music 2: