Young Dolph’s estate has delivered the visual to his thumping Paper Route Frank album opener “Love For the Streets.”

The clip arrived on Monday (March 20) and features footage of Dolph spreading motivation and inspiration to his PRE crew while traveling through his hometown of Memphis.

The late rapper’s ties to Memphis run deep and he flexes his fleet of lavish whips riding around the city, which range from camouflaged Maybachs to Mercedes Benz AMG trucks and Corvettes.

“My favorite car is my Chevelle and my side bitch a doctor/Ridin’ with my rifle, uh, right hand on the Bible/That bitch blowjob was whack as fuck, remind me of Blac Chyna,” he raps.

To close out the video, Dolph leaves his team with an inspiring message as he toasts to the crew’s future success and wins of 2021, which is a sobering sentiment considering it would be his last year alive. 

“Like 2021, bruh, everybody’s life need to change,” he declares with an Ace of Spade bottle in his hand. “Too much shit going on, bruh. We dropping movies, we dropping music, after music, after music… We finna toast to the biggest year — to the biggest decade ever. I love all y’all.”

Young Dolph Murder Suspect Released From Jail As Fellow Suspects Face New Charge

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Young Dolph’s first posthumous album Paper Route Frank was released in December. The project consisted of 13 tracks with features from 2 ChainzGucci ManeKey Glock, Big Moochie Grape and Snupe Bandz.

The 36-year-old rapper was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee on November 17, 2021 while picking up cookies for his mother at Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies. An autopsy revealed he suffered 22 gunshot wounds from bullet entries and exits.

To honor his legacy, November 17 was officially declared Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton Jr. Day of Service by the state legislatures of Georgia and Tennessee.

“His community efforts and traditions will continue and much more,” Dolph’s sister Carlisa Brown said in November. “His spirit of giving will continue to live in us as it did in him until his passing. We hope that those who truly supported him will take Young Dolph Service Day as a day to give back and help those that need the assistance as he did.”