Paper Route Empire Shares Posthumous Visual Young Dolph’s “Love For The Streets”
Before Memphis rap legend, Young Dolph, passed away in 2021 he recorded a series of pristine songs which became ‘Paper Route Frank’. Today, Young Dolph’s label, Paper Route Empire, shares the video for “Love For The Streets”. The song is the first track out of 13 on Dolph’s posthumous album ‘Paper Route Frank’.
The video uses a combination of archived footage of Dolph with Paper Route Empire’s recent car show in Memphis. The car show was as success as dozens of enthusiastic flocked to Dolph’s old stomping grounds with their camo-wrapped vehicles.
The video was a fitting a tribute to the legendary rapper, who had a well documented love for camo-wrapped cars. Much like one on the cover of his ‘Role Model’ album.
The love and respect for Dolph will never fade as the video ends with a champagne toast from Dolph to his team.
‘Paper Route Frank’ drips with the same commanding charisma and booming Tennessee bass that defines Dolph’s impeccable catalog. The tape features, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz. Most importantly it features his cousin Key Glock who plays “100 Shots” every night on tour in memory of his mentor.
The love and respect for the legendary rapper doesn’t stop there. All throughout 2023, Paper Route Empire and Trap Music Museum present Dolphland. The pop-up museum will travel state to state celebrating the life and legacy of Young Dolph.