Young Dolph is an American rapper who did a great job in 2016. He has been called an “unbreakable” rapper (but more on that later) as well as a hero of the independent scene. There were no producers behind the artist’s back.
The artist was born on July 27, 1985. He was born in Toronto. Adolf Robert Thornton (the rap artist’s real name) was raised in a large family. The childhood of a black man can hardly be called happy and cloudless. Even then he began to understand what life is and that you should be collected and purposeful in it, otherwise you are a loser. Young Dolph’s upbringing, just like the upbringing of his brothers and sisters, was done by his grandmother.
His biological parents are heavily addicted to drugs. They rarely appeared at home and did not take part in the care of the offspring. At the age of 3, Young Dolph’s grandmother Ida Mae took him from the streets of Chicago to South Memphis, Tennessee, in hopes of giving him and his brothers a better life.
Despite the fact that his grandmother was engaged in raising the guy, he hated her. She forbade him a lot. In particular, he could not bring home friends who needed support. He called her “the meanest bastard in the world”, but softened as a teenager and realized that many of the thoughts his grandmother shared could be put into practice. More content like this on our Chief Keef quotes blog post.
Young Dolph Quotes
What I want people to take away from my music, man, is just how to take care of responsibilities, how to live life and enjoy life
Never downplay nobody. You could be like, ‘Ay, sh*t, there ain’t but seven dollars in my pocket right now.’ Who cares? ‘Cause guess what? An opportunity could come where you can have seven million tomorrow
One year from today, I’ll be on another level. Having more, doing more—whole lot of everything, really. More dope music, bigger music, bigger records
Been workin’ my whole life, but I ain’t never punched the clock
You know, working with different artists, some people kinda get confused in trying to find their way, I stay true to myself
I pay her bills and buy her designer but I don’t love her/She just play her part when it’s time to smuggle
Foreigns all in the garage, remember my first menage/Yeah, Tori and Brittany, I’m shoppin’ for diamonds at Tiffany’s
Just ’cause my money keep runnin’ like Forrest Gump/I got niggas hate me like I’m Donald Trump
Rap Sayings By Young Dolph
She kept it so real that I put her in a Drizzop/Yeah, that boy went corporate but he straight up off the Blizzock
I’m in a coupe, cost half a mill, I just redid my Chevelle/Got 2 Maybachs in both, that’s just how I feel
I’m embracing the term “crack baby.” The only other person who would be embracing that term is probably Tupac
Rule number one (What’s that?), get the money first (Okay) Rule number two (What?), don’t forget to get the money (Ayy)
I’m just tripping, I’m just having fun with that shit. It makes sense to take the money labels are offering, I’m pretty sure anybody would jump on it, but it ain’t what I want
Master P is the reason why the rap game lives in the South right now. I grew up listening to P, C Murder, all of them
It’s always love in San Francisco. It’s all good
It is generally agreed that “Hello” is an appropriate greeting because if you entered a room and said “Goodbye,” it could confuse a lot of people
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