Young Dolph doesn't have anything to prove. He's one of the biggest and most consistent names in rap that teeters between the mainstream and the underground. His new album Rich Slave debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. He gave away a Lamborghini. This confidence is all over his new video for the Rich Slave track "Hold Up Hold Up Hold Up," out today.
Dolph plays a service worker manning a laundromat, and instead of getting himself a fresh fade and cleaning up for the role like some rappers would, Dolph rejects the manicured look as he goes about his duties. The image makes the song, about hustling through humble beginnings to a blessed present, that much more effective. Check it out above.