Young Dolph "Trappa" Video
A day after releasing Rich Crack Baby, his third project of 2016, Dolph is back with the video to the new track "Trappa." "I can't deny it, I'm a straight trappa, you should come and fuck wit me," sings Dolph, inspired by Nate Dogg's hook on Fabolous' "Can't Deny It." The Memphis kingpin begins rapping in a cappella and does well to rev up the suspense before the thundering trap beat -- coming from DJ Squeeky -- comes back into play. "Trappa" is a menacing joint that will soon be a reliable force in clubs across the South.
Mckinley Ave Feat. Young Dolph, Zoey Dollaz "100 Bands" Video
Mckinley Ave Feat. Young Dolph & Zoey Dollaz
Looking to take his newly-released “100 Bands” single to the next level, McKinley Ave decides to come through today and share the official video for his Young Dolph & Zoey Dollaz-assisted banger.
Young Dolph "Royalty" Video
When it comes to videos, Young Dolph is one of the most prolific artists around. And these aren't just vlogs with a track thrown over top of them. Another high-end production arrives today for the track "Royalty," which appeared on his February debut album King of Memphis.
Young Dolph "Both Ways" Video
Young Dolph continues to keep the visuals coming. Just days after hitting us with “Rich Crack Baby,” the King Of Memphis decides to come through and share his latest offering “Both Ways.”
Young Dolph "Rich Crack Baby" Video
Even though King Of Memphis might’ve dropped only a few months ago, Young Dolph is already eying his next project with Young Scooter called Black Migo Paper Route. But before that arrives, Dolph decides to hold fans over with a new song & accompanying video in the meantime called “Rich Crack Baby,” which may or may not see life on the forthcoming project.
DJ Scream Feat. 21 Savage, Juicy J & Young Dolph "Lit" Video
DJ Scream Feat. 21 Savage, Juicy J & Young Dolph
"Lit" has officially become a part of the mainstream lexicon. For clarity on the word/state of mind, one should first consult the Turn Up God Juicy J. At age 41, he's committed to staying lit for all of his waking hours. Aside from the TGOD vet, two younger stars who have been lighting up the trap game are 21 Savage and Young Dolph.
Ray Jr Feat. Young Dolph "Floatin" Video
Ray Jr Feat. Young Dolph
Taking it back to his Gold Packs mixtape, Cleveland’s own Ray Jr decides to come through today and share a new video in its support for the Young Dolph-assisted banger “Floatin.” In between footage of dancers showing off their moves at a car wash, Ray Jr heads to the bowling alley and has some fun with friends in this George Sarkes-directed clip above. Look for plenty of ass shaking and even a cameo for Lil Duval in it too. Check it out.
Young Dolph "On My Way" Video
Young Dolph has been gradually rolling out videos from his new album, King Of Memphis, sharing the visuals for "On My Way" today. The video stars model Deelishis alongside Dolph, as the two get close in the kitchen and the bathroom. Like the rest of the album, the record is an uncompromising street anthem, a formula Dolph has perfected by this point. He's still completely independent, as as far as we know won't be signing any time soon, because frankly, he doesn't have to. Is this one of your favorites from Dolph's new project.
Young Dolph "They Don't Want It" Video
Taking it back to last month’s Bosses & Shooters mixtape, Young Dolph & his fellow Paper Route members, Bino Brown & Jay Fizzle, decide to come through today and share a new video in its support for the Zaytoven-produced cut “They Don’t Want It (Wanted).”
Young Dolph "Attic" Video
Coming off the success of his debut album King Of Memphis, Young Dolph is already getting ready to release a new mixtape this Friday with fellow Paper Route Empire cohorts Jay Fizzle and Bino Brown called Bosses & Shooters. But before it arrives, the Memphis rapper decides to drop off a new song & accompanying video in its support called “Attic.”
Trouble Feat. Big Bank Black, Young Thug, Young Dolph "Ready (Remix)" Video
Trouble Feat. Big Bank Black, Young Thug & Young Dolph
Last month, ATL rapper Trouble rounded up a whole gang of Southern emcees in Big Bank Black, Young Thug and Young Dolph for "Ready (Remix)." Thugger annihilated the beat and threw in a Peja Stojakovic reference for good measure while Dolph threw some minor shade at Yo Gotti and valued Bank of America client Blac Youngsta.
Lil Durk Feat. Young Thug, Young Dolph "Trap House" Video
Lil Durk Feat. Young Thug & Young Dolph
To promote his upcoming LilDurk2x mixtape, which arrives May 1, Lil Durk decides to come through today and share the official video for his Young Dolph & Young Thug-assisted record “Trap House,” which was formerly called “Waffle House” off his 300 Days 300 Nights tape (sans Thugger however).
Young Dolph "How Could" Video
Young Dolph has dropped more videos in 2016 than just about anyone. And these aren't low-budget releases, either. His latest vid is for the Zaytoven-produced track "How Could," off his new album, King of Memphis.
Young Dolph "Money Power Respect" Video
For the third time this week, Young Dolph shares a new video for our viewing pleasure. After hitting us with “Let Me See It,” & “It’s Going Down,” the Memphis King decides to return with another one for “Money Power Respect,” off his 16 Zips mixtape.
Young Dolph "It's Going Down" Video
Young Dolph continues to drop off new visuals in support of his latest album King Of Memphis. Yesterday, Dolph released the NSFW video for “Let Me See It,” and now today he’s back at it again with another one for “It’s Going Down.” From the subway to the streets, Dolph takes over NYC in this black & white, Paper Route Empire-presented clip above. Check it out.
Young Dolph "Let Me See It" Video
Young Dolph continues to roll out new videos in support of his latest album, King Of Memphis. After hitting us with “Fuck It” & “Facts” recently, Dolph decides to keep it moving and share another video for us today called “Let Me See It.”
Young Dolph "Facts" Video
Young Dolph continues to roll out new videos in support of his latest album King Of Memphis. Last week, he dropped off a video for the track “Fuck It,” and now today he’s back with another one for his Mike Will Made It-produced intro “Facts.”
Young Dolph On The Breakfast Club
Young Dolph just released his official debut album, King Of Memphis, a week back, and for an independent release, it's received quite a bit of attention. Naturally, the rapper stopped by the Breakfast Club to promote his new project, where he talked quite about his decision to stay independent, as well as his decision to use the word "King" in his album title, which he explains he something he feels everyone should aspire to be.
Young Dolph "Fuck It" Video
Young Dolph has released the second music video off his new album, King of Memphis, which dropped last week. His latest visual, to the DJ Squeeky-produced "Fuck It," follows the video to his single "Get Paid," which found him supervising a young delinquent due to a court order.
Young Dolph "All She Wanna Do" Video
Young Dolph just dropped off a new album last week called King Of Memphis, but today he decides to revisit last year’s 16 Zips mixtape and share the official for his Jay Fizzle-featured song “All She Wanna Do.”