Paper Route Empire, the Memphis imprint founded by Young Dolph in 2010, has announced the late legend’s first posthumous album. Paper Route Frank was recorded by Dolph in full before his passing, according to a press release, and the label will release the record in December with the full blessing of the rapper’s estate.
News of the forthcoming project came today (November 17) along with its lead single, “Get Away,” on the anniversary of Dolph’s tragic passing last year. The city of Memphis has official marked the date with the first annual Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton Jr. Day of Service (Dolph Day), coordinated by the late legend’s family-run non-profit, the IdaMae Foundation. Earlier today, Key Glock — Dolph’s cousin and now Paper Route’s marquee artist — shared a five-track tape titled PRE5L, dedicated to his deceased mentor.
Watch the visualizer for “Get Away” below.