Paper Route Empire General, Young Dolph, returns to the music scene with a album after announcing his retirement from music, earlier this year.
The album, Rich Slave, which he teased in March would be his first release since 2019 album with Key Glock, Dum And Dummer.
The 16-track effort extensively discuses the legacy of racism and capitalism in America. As it is his style to drop songs boadering on self-made narratives, this album is no exception.
For instance, on the track “The Land,” the rapper raps about police brutality and racism in America. “They say this the land of the free, but it seem like the land of bullshit to me,”
Dolph also expresses his gratitude for his success and how he’s looking to give back to his community. Speaking on giving back to community, Dolph will be given out a blue and orange-stripped Lamborghini Aventador ($412,000 worth) to one lucky winner.
The body of work features guest contributions from Offset, Key Glock, Megan Thee Stallion and Kenny Muney.
Listen to Rich Slave below