Young Dolph launched his latest LP Rich Slav again in August which featured 16 tracks and appearances by Megan Thee Stallion, Paper Route artist Key Glock, and G Herbo. The Memphis rapper now returns with a hanging visible from his mission entitled “The Land” produced by Hunnit Band Yung and Sosa 808.
The emotion-charged music video depicts Dolph rapping about police brutality and racial discrimination: “The police pulled me over for nothin’, simply because she racist, two minutes later, it is 5 police automobiles, they received me face down on the pavement, simply ‘trigger I’m a Black man in America, that is what give them permission to deal with us horrible/ They too good, too bold, too harmful and harsh, every single day I get up, I make wealthy n***a selections, the primary individual in my household to run up the tens of millions, you ain’t 100, ain’t received no morals, then I do not need no dealings.”
The clip displays the social unrest stateside with the continuing waves of protests sparked by the homicide of George Floyd by regulation enforcement again in May. The visible reveals Dolph getting pulled over and pinned down by the police. He’s later proven spray portray Black Lives Matter phrases and the names of those that died by the hands of police onto a patrol automobile as an act of protest.
Watch “The Land” visible above and tell us your ideas. Elsewhere in music, Leon Bridges and Lucky Daye dropped a ’90s-inspired minimize known as “All About You.”