On Friday, Future announced he has signed Steelo Steezy to Freebandz, expanding his roster yet again after adding Florida rapper Zoey Dollaz.
According to XXL, Steelo Steezy is a 23-year-old rapper from Atlanta, and has been working with Future and Freebandz artists for quite some time. The publication reported that Steelo Steezy is actually the brother of Young Scooter, who is also signed to Freebandz. The signing makes sense, as Future and Scooter have collaborated on songs together as recent as “The Grind Don’t Stop” off April’s Street Lottery 3.
Steelo Steezy doesn’t have an official mixtape out yet, but we can probably expect something soon under his new label home. Requests for comment on Steezy’s signing from Epic Records weren’t immediately returned.
In the meantime, get familiar with Steezy by listening to “We Did It,” which features production by Metro Boomin.