Young Dolph follows up February's mixtape, High Class Street Music 5 (The Plug Best Friend), with 16 Zips. The new tape features production from the like sof Zaytoven, TM-88, Cassius Jay, Drumma Boy, and Izze The Producer.
High Class Street Music 5 (The Plug Best Friend)
After taking a mulligan following Gucci Mane's incarceration, Young Dolph is once again poised to be the next big thing out of Memphis (though he's neck and neck with Snootie Wild) once again. His new tape, The Plug Best Friend, otherwise known as the 5th installment in his High Class Street Music mixtape series, features a large list of A-list collaborators, and sets him up for a big 2015.
Rhythm & Bricks
O.T. Genasis has dropped his debut solo mixtape via Busta Rhymes' Conglomerate Records. After releasing his breakout hit, "CoCo," last October, O.T. has stayed afloat with a few hot singles but hasn't yet given fans a full project. Finally, Genasis' Rhythm & Bricks has arrived.
The Sixth Man
While he hasn't matched the nationwide success of "OG Bobby Johnson", Que has proved his consistency over his many singles and projects since. Unlike some of his peers, he's more than capable of crafting a great record on his own, and his new project, The Sixth Man, is evidence of such.10 songs with only one well-selected feature from Young Dolph makes for a perfectly digestible listen, that's sure to be chock full of party starters. Let us know what you think of the new project in the comments below.
High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster)
Who doesn't need some highly refined yet still street music? Young Dolph comes through today with a new mixtape jam packed with just that. High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) features appearances from fellow trappers in the game like Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz, as well as Trinidad James, Shy Glizzy, Trae Tha Truth and more. Production is handled by Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, TM 88, C4, Drumma Boy and others. Listen/download and share your opinion in the comments (as though that really needs to be said). Rate the mixtape above.
Cross Country Trappin
Young Dolph returns today with a new mixtape Cross Country Trappin. It's been a minute since he dropped his last effort, South Memphis Kingpin, back in October, so we're sure the fans will be happy with this new tape.
Ex Drug Dealer 2
Casino is intent on proving himself as one of Future's most reliable soldiers at Freebandz, and the Atlanta trapper has made a strong statement on his new mixtape, Ex Drug Dealer 2, the sequel to the original Ex Drug Dealer, the DJ Esco-hosted tape he put out in early 2013. For EDD2, Casino grabbed his label boss for two tracks ("Whitney Houston" and "Say That"), and his labelmate Young Scooter for two more. Additional features come from Young Thug, Young Dolph, and more.
High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion
Give High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion a spin - it's the latest tape from Young Dolph, having dropped on Tuesday, May 14th, 2013. Young Dolph's musical situation is improving with every new release, and High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Young Dolph has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Young Dolph has in store.
East Atlanta Memphis
Gucci Mane & Young Dolph
Check out East Atlanta Memphis, a new mixtape from Gucci Mane & Young Dolph that saw the light of day on Friday, March 15th, 2013. Gucci Mane & Young Dolph's movement grows stronger with each new release, and East Atlanta Memphis has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Gucci Mane & Young Dolph has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Gucci Mane & Young Dolph has on deck.
South Memphis Kingpin
Stream South Memphis Kingpin, a new offering from Young Dolph, which was released on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013. Things are looking better for Young Dolph with each new release, which South Memphis Kingpin has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Young Dolph has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.