Young Dolph’s Team To Posthumously Release His Completed LP ‘Paper Route Frank’
Featuring collaborations with Key Glock, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz.
Shortly before his tragic death, Young Dolph had wrapped up work on his ninth studio album, Paper Route Frank. The project’s title makes reference to the label Dolph owned and operated, Paper Route Empire.
Last month on November 17 — the one-year anniversary of the Memphis rapper’s death — Dolph’s team announced that they would be posthumously releasing the final full-length project he created during his lifetime.
A little less than a month later, the tracklist for Paper Route Frank is out. Spanning 13 songs, the LP will open with “Love for the Streets,” followed by “Blind Fold.” The fifth song, “That’s How,” will see Dolph team up with his cousin Key Glock, who he collaborated with often throughout his lifetime.
2 Chainz will make a guest appearance shortly after on “Roster,” while Gucci Mane will feature on “Beep Beep.” A few tracks later, the album closes with a previously-released solo single from Dolph called “Get Away.”
Fans won’t have to wait long to hear new music from Dolph. Paper Route Frank is out for streaming on Friday, December 16.
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