Here goes a stream of the new collaborative album Felix Brothers from some our favorites Gucci, Young Dolph and Peewee Longway. Besides all three artists being featured all three artists we also hear contributions from Strap Da Fool, OJ Da Juiceman, MPA Duke & MPA Wicced. Take a listen to the full 15-track album below and purchase a copy on iTunes.
With High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) on repeat since it dropped, Young Dolph teams with Paul Wall to give us a in-studio video for a new collaborative track titled “Ridin Dirty” that includes production handled by Drumma Boy. Watch the clip below.
Gucci just can’t take a break from dropping new music. Guwop is teaming up with Young Dolph and Peewee Longway to call themselves the Felix Brothers and to release a self-titled project. Take a listen to the title track and first single after the jump and expect to get the project real soon.
Young Dolph releases his latest mixtape High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) and it includes a total of 15 brand new tracks. With features from 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Trinidad James, Shy Glizzy and more we are sure this will be full of bangers. On the production side we hear contributions from Metro Boomin, C4, TM88, Lex Luger, Sonny Digital, Zaytoven and more. Make sure to download this project for your chance to win a free trip to Las Vegas as part of the contest from Dolph and LiveMixtapes.
Stream and download after the jump.
This is pretty cool. At 3PM today Young Dolph will be releasing his latest body of work, High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster), on LiveMixtapes.com and they are giving you a chance to win a free trip for two to Vegas. All you have to do for a chance to win is download the new tape from LiveMixtapes.com and one person will have a “Golden Ticket” in their zip folder of files. If you don’t win the grand prize of the trip , they will still be giving away a handful of t-shirts to select winners. Be sure to download High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) at 3PM today over at LiveMixtapes for your exclusive chance at a trip to Vegas.
Tomorrow afternoon Young Dolph will be releasing his highly anticipated project High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster), so today he decides to give fans a little preview of what to expect by revealing the tracklist for the tape. On the project we will hear features from 2 Chainz, Trinidad James, Shy Glizzy and more. Along with production by the likes of Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, Lex Luger, Chophouze and plenty more. See the full fifteen song tracklist after the jump to see who else will be making appearances on the mixtape and get a look at a short trailer video as well.
Young Dolph is preparing to release his next project High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) on July 8th and to get fans ready he releases this new cut.
Here is a recap of Young Dolph’s “A+ Day” in Memphis. Throwing a free concert for the whole city to enjoy, Dolph brought out 8Ball, MJG, Starlito, Don Trip, Paul Wall, Drumma Boy, Travis Porter & more to help him celebrate with the city. High Class Street Music 4: American Gangster should be coming real soon and Dolph is expected to tell us an exact release in the near future so look out for that.
See the recap video after the jump.
This weekend, Saturday May 17th to be exact, DJ Bandz and DJ Victoriouz will be releasing their new mixtape Road Runners that will feature exclusives along with some of the hottest tracks in the streets. Calling on Memphis’ own Young Dolph to do the hosting. Today we get the chance to world premiere the first leak from the tape and it is an exclusive from the host, Young Dolph, titled “Workin Out” with production by Drumma Boy. Just in time for summer Dolph feeds the streets with another banger at point stating he is about to turn Elvis’ house into his trap spot.
Take a listen after the jump and check back Saturday to grab Road Runners.
Young Dolph releases a new lyric video today for his Metro Boomin & Lex Luger produced track “Not No More.” The track was featured on Dolph’s latest mixtape, Cross Country Trappin.
See the lyric video below.