Video: Young Dolph – “Fuck It”

The Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Prince Continues to Heat Up, Shares Video Single On the Heels of King of Memphis Album



Critical Praise:

“Young Dolph has cultivated that formula that makes the bando jump”XXL

“What makes Dolph exemplary is his affinity for memorable hooks and catchy call-and-response punch lines” – Complex

King of Memphis is worth myriad repeat listens: Dolph bridges the gap between his hometown and the Atlanta production that dominates rap’s mainstream.”SPIN

One of the 9 Rappers You Need to Watch In 2015 – WatchLoud

One of the 15 Unsigned Rappers Who Should Get a Deal After SXSW – Complex

Top 10 Hip-Hop Cash Prince of 2016 – Forbes

The Album: 

On the heels of last week’s King of Memphis album release, Young Dolph shares a video for the DJ Squeeky-produced single Fuck It.” Earlier this week, Young Dolph sat down with Hot 97‘s Ebro in the AM and Power 105.1‘s The Breakfast Club to discuss the release of his debut album, which finds the charismatic rapper teaming up with A-list producers Mike WiLL Made-It, TM88, Zaytoven, Drumma Boy, and Cassius Jay, among others. With a stronghold on his hometown of Memphis, the prolific artist is now looking to make waves around the country, inviting them into his world on King of Memphis. On King of Memphis, Young Dolph proves he can deliver a compelling full-length all on his own, shouldering the 11-track load without any guest rappers. Noisey, who debuted the album, says “King of Memphis is a solid debut album from one of the most quietly popular artists in the South right now, and it’s well worth your time.”

A few weeks ago, Young Dolph shared “Get Paid,” the King of Memphis album’s lead video single, which depicted the hilarious scenario of him getting a court order to show a young man how to make an honest living. Dolph engaged his fanbase several days prior to the release, teasing the concept on Instagram, “whatever you do – don’t forget to get paid,” he tells the kid. Forbes named Dolph one of The Hip-Hop Cash Princes of 2016, placing him alongside Fetty Wap, G-Eazy, and Metro Boomin, among others.WatchLoud praised Young Dolph as one of 9 Rappers You Need to Watch In 2015 while Complexdubbed him one of 15 Unsigned Rappers Who Should Get A Deal After SXSW. “What makes Dolph exemplary is his affinity for memorable hooks and catchy call-and-response punch lines,” Complex raved. “This is Young Thug without the odd quirk.” Young Dolph’s King of Memphis is available on iTunes andSpotify.

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King of Memphis Tracklist

  1. “Facts” (Prod. by Mike WiLL Made-It and Resource)
  2. “Fuck It” (Prod. by DJ Squeeky)
  3. “Royalty” (Prod. by Cassius Jay)
  4. “Both Ways” (Prod. by Drumma Boy)
  5. “How Could” (Prod. by Zaytoven)
  6. “USA” (Prod. by Zaytoven and TM88)
  7. “Let Me See It” (Prod. by Mike WiLL Made-It)
  8. “Get Paid” (Prod. by Reazy Renegade)
  9. “On My Way” (Prod. by Nard & B)
  10. “It’s Going Down” (Prod. by DJ Squeeky)
  11. “Real Life” (Prod. by Cassius Jay)


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Young Dolph Background

Born on the South Side of Chicago and raised in notoriously known Castalia Heights neighborhood in South Memphis, Young Dolph emerged in the urban music scene and amassed a large dedicated fan base.  Dolph grew up in a hectic environment, surrounded by drugs and alcohol, but that never completely defined him. He always had a passion for music, but it wasn’t until his peers recognized his talent and suggested that he take rap seriously. Eventually his hustle mentality and creativity led him to consistently dropping mixtape after mixtape. With authentic punch lines and stern club bangers, he created his own lane of High Class Street Music.  On the strength of releasing consistent quality mixtapes, Dolph became one of the only independent musicians to have multiple Top 20 records with Preach and California and Top 40 records with “Make the World Go Around” and “Pulled Up.” Yet to release an album, the success Dolph has gained from his mixtapes have led to collaborations with some of the most influential artists in hip-hop including 2 Chainz, Juicy J, Young Jeezy, and Rick Ross. In 2015, Dolph headlined his own tour selling out throughout the country.

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“Fuck It”:

King of Memphis

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“Get Paid”:


Colonel Loud – “California (ft. Young Dolph, T.I. & Ricco Barrino)”:

Watch “Pulled Up (ft. Juicy J & 2 Chainz)”: