Back in March, Young Dolph said he was retiring from music, but he just dropped a new compilation project called Paper Route Illuminati.
He also sat down for an interview on the Big Facts podcast and explained why he just can't step away from music. [Jump to the 2-minute mark].
“It’s like I’m the spokesperson for all of the street n*ggas and all of the n*ggas that’s on some independent sh*t. The n*ggas who really want to do this sh*t," said Dolph. "Like I don’t really wanna tie myself to no major label. I do this sh*t on my own. I’m a hustle this sh*t. I’m a grind it out. I can’t let those folks down, I’m their motivator. People come to me, tell me this all the time ... How many rappers can say they turned n*ggas to millionaires without using a major label? Everybody sign n*ggas to their major label. I ain’t have to do that. I finna turn you up.”
What's your opinion on Dolph changing his mind about retirement?