Young Dolph grew up hustling, Adolph Thorton Jr. knows the meaning of the game through and through- releasing consistent, quality mixtapes, Dolph is about that comeup at the moment and with names like Gucci Mane backing him, he’s sure to be force in the industry from some time to come. This man’s hip hop jewelry style is poppin’ off though as much as his music career, he’s hitting up the clubs looking fresh af.
“Mama always in the streets, so guess who raised me?” is pretty accurate to Dolph’s early life- growing up around heavy alcohol and crack usage, Dolph worked hard to keep steppin’ and work his way on out. With his King of Memphis album sparkin rivalries with Yo Gotti (a shooting incident which nearly cost Young Dolph his life), the Empire Distribution deal he snagged, along with 2Chainz and Gucci Mane co-signing has a solid future paved out for Dolph- as long as he can capitalize on it.
As a soldier of the streets Young Dolph’s got that bling and hip hop jewelry style that’s got the fans flockin as much as BulletProof and Thinking Out Loud. Whether it’s that classic foxtail chain or iced out rings, Dolph’s style is as fire as his flow. When you’re about that game but your cash is spread thin, hit up Hip Hop Bling today for the dopest hip hop jewelry pieces online.
Today Young Dolph is about that inspiration, his Role Model stance is about inspiring all the young black kids to hustle up and make something with their minds and creativity- it’s possible, and every day Dolph is showing it with a fresh new mixtape or beat. Props to him, as long as he can avoid getting shot, Dolph’s gonna be around to inspire the next generation of rappers.