Earlier this year, Young Dolph dropped his High Quality Street Music 4: American Gangster tape, which mostly saw the Memphis native pairing up with Atlantan artists, but on "She Ain't Mine," L.A.'s Problem was the collaborator.
Though the multiple producer drops you'll hear in this video - Zaytoven, Metro Boomin - are from artists who hail from Atlanta, Young Dolph is a South Memphis resident who only recently began collaborating with ATL's finest.
Last month, 1017 signee Young Dolph released the fourth volume in his High Class Street Music series, and now he's shared a video for the project's only track that features his now-incarcerated label boss.
Young Dolph debuts his latest set of visuals for the sermonizing new single "Preach." Depicting the rapper riding around his block and preaching about the commandments of the streets, the ICONick visuals are the first to come off Dolph's upcoming High Class St
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