Young Dolph’s Megan Thee Stallion Hit, Recent Music Video Blitz, Highlights A True 2021 Rap Hustle

HipHop News Posted on January 25, 2021 at 7:33am

Young Dolph’s Megan Thee Stallion Hit, Recent Music Video Blitz, Highlights A True 2021 Rap Hustle

"Rich Slave" earned the Paper Route Empire boss his highest-charting release thus debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart and reaching the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Independent Albums chart — selling of 65,000 units and generating more 44 million than first-week streams.

Los Angeles, CA – Memphis rap mainstay Young Dolph is already racking up major W’s less than a month into the New Year.

Much of the Paper Route Empire (P.R.E.) CEO’s burgeoning success this year can be credited to an unrelenting run last year that allowed him to dominate the mainstream charts and airwaves as an independent artist. HipHopDX captured a snapshot of Dolph’s rap hustle resulting in his 2021 shine with a collection of his chart-topping moves catalyzing his recent uprising highlighted by 16 million combined YouTube views in a matter of four months — and counting..centered-ad {

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For starters, Young Dolph cracked an algorithm last May when his Megan Thee Stallion-featured single “RNB” took over airwaves and catapulted into the top ten of Billboard’s Hip Hop/R&B airplay chart. The track currently remains in his top five tracks on Spotify with over 16 million streams.

The flood gates flung open from there and the 35-year-old rap mogul unleashed his bondage ideology-breaking Rich Slave album, which both affirmed Dolph’s status a prolific concept project juggernaut and positioned him as a discernibly poignant voice of the culture. Aligning his street smart entrepreneurial blueprint with his empowering Pro-Black narrative, Rich Slave proved to be Young Dolph’s highest charting release after debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard 2


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