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Young Dolph Has 3 Things On His Mental in “Money Power Respect”

Young Dolph – Money Power Respect (Video)

Young Dolph out of Memphis decides to revisit his mixtape 16 Zips with his official music video for the track Money Power Respect. Read more on this video’s release here:

“They ain’t gotta like me/ But I guarantee they gonna have to respect me,” Young Dolph raps on “Money Power Respect,” a single from his acclaimed 2015 release 16 Zips, which has accumulated 560K+ listens and 160K+ downloads via DatPiff. With a stronghold on his hometown of Memphis, the prolific artist is now making waves around the country, inviting them into his world on his debut album, King of Memphis, which released earlier this month via EMPIRE. 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.”

Check out Young Dolph‘s Money Power Respect music video and leave a comment with your thoughts below.

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