Young Dolph has dropped a brand new single titled “Sunshine.” After collaborating with Key Glock on “1 Hell of a Life,” the Memphis rapper has opted to place emphasis on his lyrical abilities this time around.
The song measures at a little under the three-minute mark and sees Young Dolph heavily addressing the current COVID-19 crisis. The opening line of the song is one such example “Sh*t, listenin’ to the president talkin’ ’bout the Chinese flu and / Just like everybody else, n*gga, I been quarantining,” followed by two lines in the chorus “God, please watch over the nurses and doctors on the frontlines (God, please) / I can’t wait ’til the clouds gone and we get sunshine (Sunshine).” Dolph’s deep Southern vocal inflections blend seamlessly with the sinister trap-tinged instrumentals, made up of pounding 808s and high-pitched synth notes that soar over the nocturnal sounds — courtesy of producer DJ Squeeky. Accompanying the track is a candid music video where the rapper is seen in isolation indoors and outside, jamming out to the heavy banger.
Scroll above to watch Young Dolph’s music video for the single “Sunshine” and scroll below for a listen of the track.
In case you missed it, check out Young Dolph’s trippy CGI-heavy visuals for “Juicy.”