Young Dolph’s First Posthumous Single, “Hall of Fame,” Releases to Celebrate His 37th Birthday


In honor of what would have been the 37th birthday of Young Dolph, Paper Route Empire has released the late rapper’s first posthumous single, “Hall of Fame.”

Dolph is in vintage form on the Bandplay-produced song, detailing his history, celebrating his accomplishments, and showing off his undeniable charm with uncommon flexes.

“Have you ever felt a V12 when the gears change?/Have you seen my new charm? It’s taller than Johnny Dang.”

As Paper Route Empire pays homage to Dolph’s legacy by working as hard as they can, Dolph’s first posthumous record continues a very busy year for the label he founded. The label compilation album Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph, which includes heartfelt tributes to Dolph from practically every artist on the roster, from emerging stars like Key Glock to relatively rookies like Paper Route Woo, served as the beginning of the run.

You can hear the new single from Dolph below and you can hear the PRE compilation album here.