Just a few days after teasing with a snippet on and requesting 40,000 comments on Instagram to release the snippet, Young Dolph drops his new single “Crashin’ Out”. Young Dolph collaborates with fellow Tennessee producer Bandplay for his single and one of his first songs he has delivered since his recent hiatus from the music industry.
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In the video Young Dolph can be seen enjoying New York City nightlife, including enjoying food stands and being chauffeured in his famous fleet of camouflaged cars while hanging out the window or smoking when inside the car.
In the song Dolph has a conversational, slow paced thought out flow where he critiques the rap game exposing how fake those who are in it are from their persona to their jewelry. He continues with paralleling his life before rap and the choices paths he chose or could’ve chose with lines like “Never had a deal but got more guap than all of y’all/ lost a half a mil’ that’s why I started rappin’ dawg/ tall skinny n***a I should’ve been playin’ ball/ but I had n****s spending 100 grand every time they called.” The song seems to come to an abrupt ending with a laugh of certainty from Dolph almost backing up his earlier claim that “this rap game ain’t s**t to [him] but some cartwheels.”
Take a listen to Young Dolph’s “Crashin’ Out” below.
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