Young Dolph Refuses to Abandon His Trap Roots in 'Still Smell Like It' Premiere

Young Dolph Refuses to Abandon His Trap Roots in 'Still Smell Like It' Premiere

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After championing his independence with the discharge of his Role Model album final month (Sept. 21), Young Dolph delivers the rugged "Still Smell Like It" visible on Friday (Oct. 26), premiering completely on Streets Talkin. Even although he continues climbing up the rap totem pole, the Memphis rapper desires everybody to know that he stays as dirty as ever. 

The inspirational clip kicks off with some phrases of knowledge from James St. Patrick, higher often called "Ghost" in STARZ's hit collection Power. "Most of the fellows I got here up with are both lifeless or in jail," says the road mogul throughout a scene from their 2014 inaugural season. "I take all my experiences and use them to get all completely different sorts of individuals beneath one roof. And as a result of I get them, I get wealthy."

Dolph spits a majority of his bristling rhymes contained in the basement of a darkish and grungy deserted warehouse. The scene switches when the "100 Shots" rhymer takes a shady assembly beneath a bridge along with his lawyer, the place he's given some information he would've moderately not heard, whereas an ally keenly views the summit from afar. 

Watch the "Still Smell Like It" video beneath.