At the end of last month, Young Dolph shared his new tape 16 Zips, departing from his High Class Street Music series but keeping the aim of those tapes alive and well with another batch of luxuriant trap gems.
After appearing on Troy Ave's recent remix of "Real N*gga" alongside his Hustle Gang affiliate T.I. and Young Lito, Young Dolph returns to his 16 Zips mixtape today.
Que has been consistently putting out great records since breaking through with "OG Bobby Johnson," but he unfortunately hasn't reached that level of success with a subsequent single.
Last month, Paul Wall appeared alongside his Mo City comrade Slim Thug in Young Dolph's "Down South Hustlers" video, and today, Dolph returns the favor. The Memphis native guests in The People's Champ's new video for "Don't Spill It."
Although Young Dolph hails from Memphis, he's got plenty of connects in the other main hubs for Southern rap: Atlanta and Houston.
Back in April, we had the pleasure of premiering the star-studded remix of Ray Jr's "Same Crew," which featured Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly and Troy Ave.
As great as Young Dolph, 2 Chainz and Juicy J's recent track "Pulled Up" is, the video is even better. Featuring the comedic talents of DC Young Fly, this one's a must-watch, even for those who aren't fans of Dolph's music.
At the age of 42, Project Pat continues to make a strong impact in this music industry. With his new album Mista Don’t Play 2: Everythangs Money still fresh in rotation, Pat decides to come through and share a new video for “The
2 Chainz put out T.R.U. Jack City at the end of January, and now we get a video to one of the mixtape's signature cuts, "Trap House Stalkin". In the video, 2 Chainz is whipping up work in a smoky trap house surrounded by bad bitches.
On Ca$h Out's recent Kitchens & Choppas mixtape, the ATL native linked up with Memphis' Young Dolph (who seems to spend almost as much time in Atlanta as he does in his hometown) for a track called "Back Door." Now, a video has arrived.
Young Money Yawn is nearing the release date for his highly anticipated Street Gospel 2 mixtape, co-signed with DJ Drama hosting duties. Before that drops, we get a new music video from the Virginia native, for "Half The Time" featuring Young Dolph.
One of the sure highlights of Rich The Kid's August mixtape Feels Good To Be Rich was "Austin Powers," a Young Dolph-featuring quotable track outfitted with a dope beat from Young Chop to boot.
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
Young Dolph really put on for his fans a few weeks back in Memphis. The rapper held a free city-wide concert to really kick off summer, and brought out a bunch of fellow rappers to help him out.
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