Back in August, Young Dolph released his fifth studio album Rich Slave, which boasted 16 tracks and additional appearances from Megan Thee Stallion, G Herbo, and Paper Route artist Key Glock, the last of whom appears on the Supah Mario and Cassius Jay-produced “No Sense,” This week, Dolph unveils a video for said single, which is mainly centered around how much they can outdo their peers from a money and women standpoint:
“Skinny-ass n***a in some big Balenciagas, my girl was mad at him so I took the b***h shoppin’, drankin’ champagne, spend the racks all in Prada, everybody know that he a big shit popper, smokin’ ice cream, rollin’ on some peach cobbler/
Hitters on the payroll and a couple doctors, why the f*** you think I pour up all of this Wockhardt? Hit the alarm on the ‘Rari and it go, park the ‘Rari, jump in the Challenger, feds watchin’ me so I scramble ‘em…/”
The self-directed visual starts with Young Dolph meeting his girl at a restaurant, all while someone can be seen taking photos of him from a distance. The rest of the clip sticks with the punchlines and subject matter, complete with nice whips, plenty of cash, blinding jewelry, and even a woman painted head to toe to add to the clip’s flare.
“No Sense” follows previously released videos for “The Land,” “Hold Up Hold Up Hold Up,” “CrayCray,” “What’s da Bizness,” “Blue Diamonds,” and the loose single “Sunshine,” which saw Dolph giving an at-the-moment account of life in quarantine. He also spent the year providing assists on Bun B’s “In My Trunk” and Curren$y’s “All Work.” Prior to that, he teamed up with Key Glock for the joint album Dum and Dummer, which saw 22 cuts from the Memphis stars.
Fans can press play on “No Sense” below.