Lil Durk Feat. Young Dolph & Young Thug
"Waffle House" was one of the strongest tracks on LiL Durk's underrated project, 300 Days, 300 Nights, and today, it gets just that much better. On top of Dolph's presence, Young Thug has now been added to the mix, and we have to say, he's a great match for C-Sick's creeping production. The song has also been retitled "Trap House," which isn't quite as special as its previous name, but if it's a trade off for the addition of Thugger, we're all for it.
Young Scooter Feat. Young Dolph
It's been a fairly quiet 2016 for Young Scooter. At the beginning of the year, he hinted at a joint mixtape with Future, his boss at Freebandz. It now a solo tape will come before that, as the Black Migo Gang leader has announced that he will release Street Lottery 3 on April 11. With the announcement comes the tape's first single, "Real," featuring the "King of Memphis," aka Young Dolph.
Rich N*gga High
Hoodrich Keem Feat. Young Dolph & Pee Wee Longway
Hoodrich Keem has been buzzing with the release of his latest single, “Rich Nigga High.” Featuring trapstars Young Dolph and Peewee Longway, the South Carolina to Atlanta transplant is looking to make a big splash in the codeine-steeped waters of the trap genre.
Shake Sum (Young & Reckless)
Young Dolph took some shots at Yo Gotti & Blac Youngsta in his verse on yesterday’s “Trouble” remix, and it looks like Gotti and Youngsta noticed.
Trouble Feat. Big Bank Black, Young Thug & Young Dolph
Atlanta’s Trouble gathered a grip of dope southern emcees for a remix to his banger “Ready” that released in 2015. Big Bank Black, Young Thug and Young Dolph all contribute guest verse to the already dope track. Each takes a turn telling their hood tales, flexing on haters and pulling out the nina when necessary.
Ray Jr Feat. Young Dolph
Ray Jr is currently prepping a new mixtape, Gold Packs, for release next week. This morning, he's sent over a collaboration off the project to premiere, "Floating," featuring Young Dolph and DJ Yomi Yom. With the 'wave' coming into question lately, it's funny to hear Ray Jr claim that he "invented the wave" (and we're quite sure this was recorded far before the Kanye and Wiz debated the wave's owner). The record is centered around a few simple piano keys and a chorus of 'oohs,' giving it a nice bounce.
Colonel Loud Feat. Too Short, Snoop Dogg & Ricco Barrino
The popular hit “California” by Colonel Loud didn’t actually feature anyone from California (T.I. and Young Dolph were on the other version). The North Carolina emcee has rectified the situation by recruiting two of the most storied spitters from the sunny state of CA.
Rico Richie Feat. Young Dolph
As a rap fan it was impossible to escape Rico Richie's "Poppin" this summer, and now that the hype around the single has finally begun to slow down, Rico has given us the follow-up. "Reload" finds him reuniting with 808 Mafia's Southside, who was behind the uber-hard beat on Rico's previous hit, and also pairs him with Memphis street rapper Young Dolph.It's far from a "Poppin" rewrite, as the beat gives way to a lot more movement, but still bangs just as hard. We also only hear the infamous siren sound once throughout the whole track. Think it's another hit?
Shad Da God Feat. Young Dolph
It may be a holiday, but rappers stay working. Shad Da God sent us a new record to premiere this afternoon, "No Good," featuring affiliate Young Dolph. The key-driven production may be reminiscent of Zaytoven, but it actually belongs to Joe Mclaren and Judo.
Cam'ron & Berner Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Young Dolph
Of all of the rappers who could team up for a joint project, Cam'ron and Berner might be one of the last possibilities we'd expect, but with the announcement of their Contraband EP, it's officially a reality. Their new record "Dope Spot" has some pretty enviable guest appearances with both Berner's Taylor Gang pal Wiz Khalifa and Memphis MVP Young Dolph coming along for the ride.
Migos Feat. Young Dolph
A Migos tribute to Dirk Nowitzki? Say no more. What's more, the YRN trio has teamed up with their go-to beat man, Zaytoven, and they've also brought along another certified trapper in Young Dolph. Indeed, "Dirk Nowitzki" is one of many bangers on Migos and Rich the Kid's new mixtape, Streets On Lock 4.
Right On Time
Kidd Kidd Feat. Young Dolph
G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd continues to keep the new content coming. Last month, he dropped off the mixtape Fuk Da Fame, which has since been followed up by a “Survival Of The Fittest” freestyle and “Fake Friends” video.
Colonel Loud Feat. Young Dolph, Ricco Barrino & T.I.
A few months ago, North Carolina rapper Colonel Loud linked up with Young Dolph & Ricco Barrino for a hit single called "California," which has since reached #1 on Shazam in a few different markets, including Atlanta. Looking to take the record even further however, the NC rapper decided to call on Tip for a guest verse on the single’s official remix. Opening the track off, Tip delivers his usual slick rhymes & effortless flow, while putting on for the West Coast in the process. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
O.T. Genasis Feat. Young Dolph
After hitting us with the video for his Lil Wayne-featured cut “Do It” a couple weeks ago, O.T. Genesis decides to return to the scene today with a new song called “Cut It,” featuring ATL street provider Young Dolph.
Real N*gga (Remix)
Troy Ave Feat. Young Dolph, T.I. & Young Lito
After taking on Rico Richie's "Poppin" for a remix, Troy Ave returns today with a remix of his own record. He revives "Real N*gga" by tacking on Young Dolph, T.I. and BSB crew's own Young Lito. The song originally appeared as a solo cut on Major Without A Deal.
Young Goldie Feat. Young Dolph
Young Goldie is a 19-year old rapper who hails from Baltimore-- not exactly a hotbed for rappers, although we've seen a notable name or two (?) rise up from the city, probably the most well-known is King Los though. Nonetheless, Goldie is buzzing in B-More and looking to take that buzz to other markets. He gets some assistance today from South Memphis rapper Young Dolph, as the two come together on the self-accepting record, "Be Yourself."
Same Crew (Remix)
Ray Jr Feat. DeJ Loaf, Young Dolph, Troy Ave & Machine Gun Kelly
As the hook of Ray Jr's track "Same Crew" goes "different city, but I'm with the same niggas," it's only right that he got a guest list this eclectic for the remix. Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, Machine Gun Kelly and Troy Ave all show up for verses, making this quite the event.
Cap 1 Feat. Young Dolph & OJ Da Juiceman
Cap 1 decides to call on frequent collaborators Young Dolph & OJ Da Juiceman for his newest offering “Trampoline Trap.”
Young Dolph Feat. 2 Chainz & Juicy J
After seeing Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper's hilarious "Baby Blue" video last week, we're given our second "Coming To America" homage of the week in the form of Young Dolph's latest track. Whereas Bronson's video had him and Big Body Bes dressing up like Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall in the 1988 film, Dolph's "Pulled Up" seems unrelated to the movie save for its artwork.
Que Feat. Young Dolph
Que's been a constant force in the Atlanta rap scene since his breakthrough with "OG Bobby Johnson", and he continues his streak of strong material today with his new release, "Weak". Teaming with Young Dolph, who is shaping up to be the next big thing out of Memphis, Que demonstrates once again that his taste in production is always leaning into records that move away from trendy sounds, and the experiments always pay off.