Young Dolph Releases New Music Video For “Crashin’ Out”

Dolph’s been cooking up some heat and is gearing up to release a new album this summer –  nothing to announce just yet, but today he dropped this no frills, no features, straight-shooting song and video, “Crashin’ Out.” For his first new single and video of 2019, he imported his fleet of custom camo-wrapped luxury cars to NYC and mobbed around the city in the cover of darkness.. doing “Dolph things” (smoking and flexing shiny ornaments whilst dripping in an outfit that matches his cars, down to the rims). Watch here

Combining street-level wisdom with extravagant boasts, “Crashin’ Out” is classic Dolph: “Never signed a deal, but I got more guap than all-a y’all,” Dolph intones at the beginning of the track’s second verse. It’s not bragging if you’re speaking the truth–and Dolph only speaks facts. In the visual, Dolph takes his fleet of custom camo-wrapped luxury cars to Manhattan, pokes his head out the window of his Wraith as he cruises down avenues, and hits up Midtown’s famous Halal Guys for late-night grub, all the while dripping in a fit that matches his cars right down to the rims. Following up a series of star-studded, high-concept videos, the Highsnobiety-premiered “Crashin’ Out” brings Dolph back to his streetwise, guap-getting roots.

Dolph is currently in the studio preparing his next album and shows no signs of letting up. He’s becoming the king of hip hop he always knew he would always be.

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