FAT TREL Feat. Rick Ross & Young Dolph
MMG's new mixtape Priorities 5 is primarily a round-up of existing loose material, but there are a few fresh gems in the mix as well.
K Camp Feat. Young Dolph
K Camp seems to always have a new project on the way. Though he just dropped his Lyric Ave EP last month, he's already promoting a new mixtape called RARE, which he shares a track off of today. "Real Me" finds K Camp linking with another prolific rapper in Young Dolph. Together, the two celebrate the party life, rapping over a minimal bass line, but keeping the energy up with some quotable lines. K Camp has proven himself a capable R&B singer, but if his new project is in line with this single, we should hear him bringing out his nimble rap skills.
Bling Blaww Burr
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Dolph
Even though Gucci Mane will be featured on upcoming records with Lil Wayne, E-40, Boosie Badazz & Outkast (so he says), the ATL veteran is also readying a new solo album for next month appropriately called Woptober.
Young Dolph Feat. 21 Savage
Once a student of Gucci Mane, Young Dolph has built a movement of his own in the year's following his mentor's incarceration, taking a more by-the-numbers approach to trap than fellow Guwop co-signs like Young Thug. It's made him one of the more reliable voices in the world of street rap, and "150," a highlight from his new Rich Crack Baby mixtape, pairs him with another Southern rapper making uncompromising street, 21 Savage.
Young Buck Feat. Young Dolph & Starlito
Even though Young Buck might have to spend the next 7 months behind bars for violating probation, new music from the G-Unit rapper continues to finds its way online. Following last month’s release “The Get Back,” another record from Buck has surfaced online today called “Streets Sour” featuring Young Dolph & Starlito.
Mckinley Ave Feat. Young Dolph & Zoey Dollaz
Watts rapper McKinley Ave is preparing the release of his debut project Did Dirt To Lay Pavement, which will feature guest appearances from Migos, Eric Bellinger, Joe Moses, among others. Today, he liberates the project's lead single "100 Bands" in an HNHH premiere. Enthusiastic portamento 808s and and an eerie, ascending bell line together form the centerpiece of DJ FU's production. Southern trappers Young Dolph and Zoey Dollaz both make an appearance to support McKinley his quest to make 100 bands.
Get Paid (Remix)
Young Dolph Feat. Juicy J, Project Pat, La Chat, 8 Ball & Gangsta Boo
In case you missed Young Dolph's debut album King of Memphis released earlier this year, here's your chance to revisit it. Dolph returns with a monster remix of "Get Paid" that features a formidable lineup of Memphis legends: Juicy J, Project Pat, La Chat, 8 Ball & Gangsta Boo all appear on the track. Get paid at all costs -- that is Dolph's motto, as well as many of the featured artists here.
Young Scooter & Young Dolph
The streets have been asking for a joint mixtape from Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The demand has been overwhelming; after a few months of preparation, the duo is finally ready to give the people what they want. Friday afternoon, Scooter and Dolph shared a new money-stackin' anthem called "Count Up," the first single from their upcoming tape Black Migo Paper Route. Scooter and Dolph are open to changing the name if they come across a better one, so feel free to tweet your submissions in their direction.
Piss Codeine (Remix)
Philthy Rich Feat. Kevin Gates, Young Dolph & Icewear Vezzo
It's a cross-country ode to the neon syrup on the all-star remix of Philthy Rich's hit single "Piss Codeine." The song, the lead track on his February album Real N*ggas Back in Style, has become one of the biggest-ever hits for the Oakland up-and-comer, and it's now been given the remix it deserves.
All I Wanted
Don Trip Feat. Young Dolph & Starlito
Don Trip and Starlito's Step Brothers projects are criminally underrated, and while it's been a while since they've teamed up for a full length, they've continued to collaborate here and there. Today, Trip and Lito have united once again on "All I Wanted," which comes off of Trip's upcoming The Head That Wears The Crown. Joining the frequent collaborators is Memphis "King" Young Dolph, who supplies a sticky hook that brings the whole track together.
DJ Scream Feat. Juicy J, Young Dolph & 21 Savage
DJ Scream's new posse cut "Lit" draws participants from all corners of the American South. Scream taps his fellow Atlantan 21 Savage, Memphis residents Juicy J and Young Dolph, and producer Durdy Costello, who hails from Jackson, Mississippi.
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Bino & Young Dolph
Nipsey Hussle has been on a killing spree lately. He's back today with "The Field," his fourth new track since the end of April, when he began rolling out the new music with the Young Thug-featuring "Thug Life." "The Field" features a little-known rapper called Bino, who sounds like Tory Lanez, as well as Memphis trapper Young Dolph. The song is produced by Mike & Keys and Tariq Beats.
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?