Young Dolph Songs

  • Cut It
    Cut It
    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)
    Real N*gga (Remix)
    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.
  • Be Yourself
    Be Yourself
    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)
    Same Crew (Remix)
    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. 
  • Trampoline Trap
    Trampoline Trap
    Cap 1 decides to call on frequent collaborators Young Dolph & OJ Da Juiceman for his newest offering “Trampoline Trap.”
  • Pulled Up
    Pulled Up
    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. 
  • Weak
    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.
  • Don't Do It
    Don't Do It
    Back in December, Starlito released the album Black Sheep Don’t Grin, which featured the track “Don’t Do It” with Kevin Gates on it. Today, Starlito decides to turn that record into official single, and recruit a verse from Young Dolph (who dropped off a mixtape himself earlier this week).
  • Never Scared
    Never Scared
    Project Pat has an appearance or two on Juicy J's new mixtape Blue Dream & Lean 2, and if that wasn't enough, we're premiering another new cut from the  Three 6 Mafia rapper today, with Big Trill and Young Dolph. Big Trill and Project Pat have been rolling out joint cuts for a minute now, as they prep a collaborative mixtape. There are not many details on the tape yet, including a title and release date, so stay tuned.
  • Them O's
    Them O's
    At the age of 42, Project Pat continues to make a strong impact in this music industry. With his latest hit “Twerk It” (featuring Wiz and Ty Dolla) still picking up momentum, Pat decides to come through today and share this new offering called “Them O’s” featuring Young Dolph.
  • Whole Thang
    Whole Thang
    DJ Scream knows how to break records, and as a result, he knows how to put one together. We've seen him assemble crew records before, always taking the chemistry of the rappers involved into account, and providing the right production for the collab. Most recently, he brought the aggressive quartet of Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka , and Tracy T together for "Always", and today he's supplied a similarly effective record.
  • Preach (Remix)
    Preach (Remix)
    HNHH is happy to premiere the official remix to Young Dolph’s latest street banger “Preach”, featuring Young Jeezy and the MMG bawse, Rick Ross.
  • Trap House Stalkin'
    Trap House Stalkin'
    Recently Tity Boi announced a new mixtape, keeping in line with his 'TRU' (The Real University) movement, the project is called TRU Jack City.
  • Story
    The ever-reliable Gucci Mane just dropped off his new album 1017 Mafia, and now that his label's opted to put all the tracks on YouTube, we've decided to pick out a highlight for today's song list. "Story" features Young Dolph in rare form and an absolutely pummeling beat from Honorable C-Note.
  • Make The World Go Around
    Make The World Go Around
    Today, South Memphis-bred Young Dolph came through with "Make The World Go Around" featuring Shy Glizzy. This street rap is simple and catchy and definitely the type of song to play while driving around. If you haven't caught Young Dolph's latest mixtape, High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster), then you should.
  • Half The Time
    Half The Time
    If you're not familiar yet with Virginia native Young Money Yawn, we're trying to change that. We've posted one leak off his upcoming mixtape, a Gangsta Grillz project, and today we've got the premiere on his latest mixtape cut which features Young Dolph. 
  • Aight
    Although Young Dolph hails from Memphis, more often than not you can find him on the track with artists from the ATL. "Aight" by Johnny Cinco is no exception, recruiting Dolph for the second verse on the Spiffy-produced track. Taken from Cinco's upcoming tape I Swear, the track comes along with goofy, cartoonish art. Musically, Spiffy cooks up something that should appeal to fans of both oppressive, 808 Mafia-style beats and Zaytoven's zany compositions. Quotable Lyrics
  • Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    Elvis Presley Blvd (Remix)
    With Hood Billionaire due out in twenty days time, Rick Ross is going full force on the promo. The MMG bawse delivered a new record last night off the album, "Nickel Rock" featuring Boosie Badazz (who has been rounding up a ton of features lately). As if that wasn't enough, the rapper returns this morning with a big remix of "Elvis Presley Blvd," now featuring Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Juicy J, MJG and Young Dolph.
  • Go Get That Money
    Go Get That Money
    Polo Donatello delivered his first official mixtape today, Ding!, which had the hosting duties covered by DJ Holiday. The fairly new rapper recruited a few guests for the effort, among them, the 300 affiliate SD, Young Dolph, Johnny Cinco, Don Trip and more. After giving us the Johnny Cino-featured "Poppin Tags" and the Don Trip-featured "Rap Shit" as leaks leading up to the release, we're highlighting one cut in particular off the project, the hard-hitting "Go Get That Money" with Young Dolph. Whatchu think?
  • Preach (CDQ)
    Preach (CDQ)
    After experiencing the record's positive reception first hand while on the road, Young Dolph has decided to go ahead and drop "Preach" as an official promo single. Produced by Zaytoven, this now-DJ-free release finds Dolph rapping about what Dolph does best: making money. "Preach" can be found on the emcee's well-received High Class Street Music 4 (American Gangster) mixtape, available for free download right here. 
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