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Young Dolph’s “Hall of Fame” Hits Streaming Services

Hall Of Fame

Young Dolph

Young Dolph would’ve turned 37 years old today.

I hate that Young Dolph’s full story will never be told by him. In my opinion, he was one of the most intriguing individuals in the game when he was alive. Today, a few months after his untimely death, a Dolph track called “Hall Of Fame” hit streaming services. In it, he talks about wanting his flowers, being rich, and hoping to work with JAY-Z.


“Hall Of Fame” starts off a little slow. Once the song gets going, it morphs into something serious. As expected, Young Dolph eventually takes full command of the menacing beat that he is handed, laying his bars down utilizing cold deliveries and consistent flows. For those that are new to the Memphis rapper, this song almost serves as an introduction to him.

Give “Hall Of Fame” by Young Dolph a shot below.

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