Zoey Dollaz is cooking up heavy for the 2017 music year, and with a new project on the horizon, fans are holding over with a new set of visuals. The Miami rapper releases his new music video for his "Drugs" record with Ca$ino and McKinley Ave, which features the trio diving into the big bad world of substances.

Dollaz and company find themselves in a gritty and dimly-lit venue, where they surround themselves with sexy nurses who give them some hard doses of drugs.

While speaking with XXL about the ATL Jacob-produced song, the "Blow A Check" MC details the inspiration behind the video, which is pretty straightforward in regards to the song's title. ”That's simple, those who take drugs was the inspiration," Dollaz told us.

The rapper also talked about his plans for the rest of the year, which includes an EP release later this month, as well as his upcoming album, which is titled M'ap Boule. Both follow in the footsteps of his Nobody's Safe mixtape that he dropped last month.

"I just want to keep dropping good music and visit my fans city to city. I'm dropping the EP on Epic in June, got some big records coming. I just want to thank God for this opportunity," Dollaz explains. "My album that's due to release titled M'ap Boule. That's the focus," he continues.

2017 is only halfway over, but the Florida star isn't going to sit back and relax for any of the rest of it.

Watch the full music video for Zoey Dollaz, Ca$ino and McKinley Ave's "Drugs" record below.

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