Cam’ron and Berner’s joint project drops tomorrow and after giving us the first single a week and a half ago they return with the second offering. Along with Wiz joining again is Young Dolph for “Dope Spot” off Contraband. Take a listen down below and return tomorrow for the release.
After giving us F*k Da Fame last month, Kidd Kidd returns with some new music that includes a guest feature from Young Dolph. Take a listen to “Right On Time” after the jump and go give that project a listen if you haven’t yet.
If you haven’t heard Young Dolph’s latest project, Shittin On The Industry, we suggest doing so after watch this new vlog clip down below.
Young Dolph is already feeding the streets again with new music just two months after releasing 16 Zips. The Memphis rapper now gives us 12-tracks for Shittin On The Industry, his latest project. On the tape Dolph calls on the likes of Mike Will Made-It, TM88, Cassius Jay, Zaytoven and more for production. Stream and download after the jump.
New Young Dolph can always put the streets in a good mood. Out of nowhere Dolph decides to drop a new project entitled Shittin On The Industry and it will be dropping later today, October 8th. Get a look at the artwork above and continue to check back for updates on when it will release exactly.
UPDATE: While we wait to see when it will be released, we do get to the see final tracklist.
Young Dolph’s 16 Zips project still has the streets buzzing and it has certainly gotten plenty of spins from us. Today he decides to gift the fans with a new visual and it is for the opening track “Boyz In Da Hood” produced by Drumma Boy.
O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph decide to team up on this new track “Cut It” off the Havin & Dabbin 3 mixtape. Hear it down below.
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.
Stream and download after the jump.
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.