Troy Ave takes the track “Real Nigga” off his Major Without a Deal and decides to give it an update by adding T.I., Young Dolph and Young Lito. Take a listen down below.
After a short one day delay, Young Dolph graces our ears with his newest project 16 Zips. The 14-track project includes features from T.I., Paul Wall, Jadakiss, Slim Thug and more. While for production assistance Dolph calls on the likes of Zaytoven, Drumma Boy, TM-88, Cassius Jay and more.
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While we wait for Dolph’s next project 16 Zips to arrive in a little less than 2 weeks the Memphis native drops off a tour vlog for us to see what he has been up to on the road. In the webisode Dolph makes stops in DC, Baton Rouge and Nashville. Watch below.
Jr. Boss dropped his very dope Public Enemy No. 1 mixtape back in March and if you haven’t checked it out yet we suggest doing so. The Alabama rep is still pushing the project as he releases a brand new set of visuals to match the track “Forbes List” featuring Young Dolph.
Young Dolph has announced that he is ready to give the streets some new music once again. Coming July 27th is a new mixtape called 16 Zips from the Memphis native and to kick off the campaign he reveals the official cover art for the tape. Peep the artwork above, mark your calendars and be on the lookout for a leak hopefully soon.
Producer Chophouze dropped off a new tape yesterday and included on there was this new Young Dolph and Bankroll Fresh banger “F*ck’d It U.” Hear the new cut after the jump and be sure to peep the tape over at LiveMixtapes.
After unleashing the star studded remix back in April for his “Same Crew” single, Cleveland’s Ray Jr. is back with a visual for the the Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly and Troy Ave assisted version. Take a look at the clip after the jump and peep Ray’s latest club single “Biggie” if you haven’t yet.
For the first time ever we get to hear Rich Homie Quan and Young Dolph on a track together. Hear the leaked track “Drop Off” below and also take a listen to a few other Rich Homie Quan leaks that surfaced on the net over the last day as well.
Drumma Boy links up with fellow Memphis native Young Dolph so he could add a verse to Drumma’s “In My City” single in support of their hometown team Memphis Grizzlies during their NBA Playoff run.
Memphis’ Young Dolph stopped by The Breakfast Club to sit down and talk about his single “Preach” making it to the radio charts, why he hasn’t worked with Yo Gotti, staying independent, his next single and more. Watch the full interview below.