Young Dolph Goes In On Yo Gotti; Explains New “The King of Memphis Gelato Mixtape”
(AllHipHop News) On “Play Wit Yo B##ch,” Young Dolph labels Yo Gotti “Hoe Gotti” and claims the other “King of Memphis” is jealous because Dolph never signed with CMG.
“I hear you sleek dissin’ but that shit lame/All that make believe rappin’ about cocaine/Don’t play with me Ho Gotti you a hoe mane/You went from my biggest fan, to my biggest hater/Begging me to sign with you, but I had too much paper”
The new song, which was produced by Zaytoven, will draw attention to Dolph’s upcoming “The King of Memphis’ Gelato Mixtape,” however the 11-track release has more than just controversy.
“Gelato” features guests like Migos, Lil Yachty, Wiz Khalifa, and fellow Paper Route Empire member Jay Fizzle.
“It’s a weed smoking, money counting album,” Young Dolph said of the rest of the album.
“This album is for when you have those days when you wake up and it’s Friday or Saturday and your whole day finna be lit. It’s like, ‘My folks are with me, we finna have fun, we’re gonna smoke hella weed all day, we’re hitting up the spot, then the other spot, getting fresh at the mall, change clothes four times a day, we’re gonna hit the clubs at night, etc.’
Young Dolph’s “The King of Memphis’ Gelato Mixtape” lands in stores on Friday.