Dream Chasers Records Signee Tafia Drops New Track Featuring Posthumous Verse From Young Dolph
The new album from Dream Chasers Records signee Tafia features a verse by Young Dolph, who passed away recently.
The collaboration, titled "Paper Route," is named after the Memphis rapper's record label. “All we know is killing, all I see is millions,” Dolph raps. “Everybody wanna trap but they ain’t built for it/Who want it the baddest? Will you kill for it?”
It's not the first posthumous verse from Dolph; Paper Route released a tribute project featuring him earlier this year.
Tafia took to Instagram saying “That last feature, I couldn’t spoil that one,”. “It’s special, know what I’m saying?saying?saying?.” When Tafia unveiled the tracklist for the project this week, the feature on "Paper Route" was censored even though its title was a big hint
As previously reported, Dolph was shot and killed in Memphis in November of 2021 at the age of 36, and his autopsy results were publicly released earlier this month. Dolph was shot a total of 22 times when he was attacked, according to the West Tennessee Regional Forensic Center. Medical examiners said the rapper died of "gunshot wounds to the head, neck, and torso." His death was ruled a homicide.
Check out “Paper Route” above, and listen to Tafia’s full Mention My Name album below.