Young Dolph is back.
You can't keep a good man down. It would appear that Young Dolph is back in full force, having taken to the studio to lay down a variety of bangers. Following up his early 2018 drop of N***as Get Shot Everyday, it seems likely that Dolph will be holding it down for another prolific year; remember, last year saw two albums from the Memphis rapper, who has been no stranger to the streets. In fact, Dolph may very well be one of the realest in the game, having walked away from some truly harrowing ordeals. When you hear his music, rest assured it runs deeper than rap.
Now, Dolph has taken to Instagram to showcase what he's been getting up to. Posted up in the studio with blunt in mouth, Dolph vibes out to his new music; the track in question is an undeniably dark banger, with a furious piano base and unsettling, mechanical synth-work. "The money done made me a threat," raps Dolph. "Ballin on Mitchell & Ness, I get the smoke from the west."
Check out the preview below, and stay tuned for this one to inevitable drop. It sounds like a hit, and if Dolph can come through with an album's worth of this quality, we should be in for some fire.