“Old Ways” will end up on Young Dolph’s forthcoming “Paper Route Frank” album.
Young Dolph didn’t create the blueprint for indie hip-hop music, but he made that s**t sound cool. Personally, I f**k with how he mainly counted on himself to generate fan interest. In “Old Ways,” a brand new Dolph single that hit streaming services today, you can hear what motivated him to be great.
Young Dolph’s unorthodox style of rapping really pokes out in “Old Ways.” Over production that gives me old-school mob vibes, he uses this cocky and sometimes boisterous style of spitting to let the world know that he works hard only for his kids, that he misses being in the trap, and that he is living like the Huxtables. What I like about the song is that it has this cold, almost carefree tone to it that lets the world know that Dolph was the ultimate self-made boss.
Give “Old Ways” by Young Dolph a shot below.
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.