On Wednesday (July 27), Young Dolph's 37th birthday was commemorated with a posthumous single from Bandplay, in which he discusses his growing up, as well as naming his victories and hard-earned riches.
He raps, and I remember back when I aint have nothing, so, yeah, ima ball till the end/ I remember stacked my first hundred bands, and I said Im finna do this again/ I see you niggas goin broke trying to keep up with me/ Bad boy spendin millions out here like Im signed to Diddy.
The late singer continues to speak about his family, his grind, and the sacrifices he made. He even quotes Jay-Z as the author (although it isn't clear if that's true or just lyrics).
I showed up plain jane Rolex, had a meeting with Roc Nation/ But they got bout four, five, six rap ni**as over there that be hatin (On God)/ But I still f**k with Jigga, tell him I got two million for him (For what?)/ To do a verse, and if he doesnt, I still have love for him, Dolph raps.
Mia Jaye, Dolph's fiancee, wrote a heartfelt letter and video tribute to the late artist. She wrote that all love you want to receive but cannot muster is love. But I choose to express every ounce of my love for those I love because it cannot be bottled up inside.
Below, hear Dolphs' posthumous single, Hall Of Fame.