Four months removed from dropping his Thinking Out Loud album, Young Dolph returns. Today (Feb. 16), the rapper unloads his Niggas Get Shot Everyday EP, a six-track project filled with boasts, hard-hitting beats and Dolph's indestructible confidence.

While Dolph himself didn't say anything about where he gets his EP title from, it seems it could be a reference to a famous line from Cam'ron's character Rico in Paid in Full. In the scene in which the line pops up, Rico tells Wood Harris' character Ace Boogie that "Niggas get shot everyday, B," in order to convince him to return to his hustling ways after getting shot. The difference is, it doesn't appear anyone's had to do the same for Dolph.

The Memphis rapper dropped off his Thinking Out Loud album just two weeks after getting shot outside of a Hollywood hotel on Sept. 26, 2017. His hustle remains unshakable. Speaking of Thinking Out Loud, Dolph's also just unveiled a new visual for a song from the project.

The new video is for his song "Drippy," a track which finds Dolph flexing on his haters and laying back with some baddies. The visual mirrors this, as the rapper flaunts some flashy clothes and lays back with some baddies. Living the good life.

Check out Dolph's Niggas Get Shot Everyday EP, which features a serious scar on the cover, for yourself below, and peep the video for "Drippy" beneath that.

Young Dolph's Niggas Get Shot Everyday Tracklist

1. "Kush on the Yacht"
2. "Slave Owner"
3. "Flodgin"
4. "Paranoid"
5. "Playa"
6. "Blonde & a Onion"

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