Young Dolph addresses police brutality in “The Land” visual

Young Dolph dropped his fifth solo studio LP Rich Slave, which saw 16 tracks and a few assists from Megan Thee Stallion, Paper Route artist Key Glock, and G Herbo. This week, he delivers another visual from the project for “The Land,” which is produced by Hunnit Band Yung and Sosa 808 and sees Dolph rapping about law enforcement, haters, and more

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