Young posthumous Dolph Verse arrives on Tafia’s new track “Paper Route”

Dream Chasers Records signer Tafia just released her new album mention my nameand it features a posthumous verse by Young Dolph.

Entitled “Paper Route”, the collaboration is named after the Memphis rapper’s label. “All we know is killing, all I see is millions,” Dolph raps. “Everybody wanna trap but they ain’t built for it / Who wants it more? Will you kill for it?

This isn’t Dolph’s first posthumous verse to come, as Paper Route delivered a tribute project with bars of him earlier this year. The new verse surprised many fans, however, as Tafia didn’t reveal the feature before her downfall.

“That last feature, I couldn’t spoil that one,” Tafia said in a post shared on Instagram. “It’s special, you know what I mean?” When Tafia unveiled the project’s track listing this week, the feature on “Paper Route” was blacked out even though the track title was a huge clue.

Dolph was shot and killed in Memphis in November 2021 aged 36, and his autopsy results were released earlier this month. According to the West Tennessee Regional Forensic Center, Dolph received a total of 22 bullets when he was attacked. The medical examiner said the rapper suffered “gunshot wounds to the head, neck and torso.” His death was ruled a homicide.

Check out “Paper Route” above and listen to Tafia in full Mention My name album below.

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