Young Dolph Kills Another Guest Feature on “Toast” With Luke Nasty and RVNES
Young Dolph just released his official debut album King of Memphis the other week and he's already rolling forward, this time hopping on RVNES' "Toast" single for yet another killer verse. We've got the exclusive premiere and you can hear it above.
Dolph has been making a name in Memphis for years ever since he started dropping tapes around '08 or '09, and though he's been dropping consistent projects for awhile now, it's been his guest features that often grab the most attention. In 2015 he stole the spotlight from Young Thug on the Barter 6 cut "Never Had It." Then he hopped on Colonel Loud's "California" record, which took over the fall of last year, and topped it off with a verse on OT Genasis's new "Cut It" single, which is blazing up the airwaves as we speak.
His good ear for song selection continues on this driving new cut, as the Memphis MC even gets the opening slot on the track to drop some dopeboy bars. "Walkin' through the rain with a Burberry um-ber-ella / I been through the storm and back but still kept it together," he spits. Part of Dolph's appeal is how much his voice conveys his stress, often rising to a near-yell but never going overboard. Here he flexes that ability well, never letting his voice get away from him while still letting his struggle shine through.
DJ/producer RVNES did the track, and his debut album is expected sometime early 2017.
Check out the new single above and look out for our exclusive sit down with Dolph coming soon.
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