Last month, Young Dolph blessed the masses with a deluxe upgrade of his latest project Rich Slave, adding eight new tracks for fans to enjoy. Following one video for “Large Amounts,” Dolph drops off a couple more for “To Be Honest” and “Green Light,” the latter of which features fellow Paper Route Empire star Key Glock.
A song taken from Rich Slave’s original tracklisting, the Juicy J-produced “To Be Honest” sees Dolph continuing his penchant for staying focused on the money above all else, as he has no plans on returning to his old life:
“Where the check be? I put her out and didn’t call her ‘til the next week, your baby mama say your pussy ass a deadbeat, and I just spent three-fifty on a neckpiece/
You know how I came in, so you know how I’m comin’, retro number somethings with the Yves Saint Laurent, Dolph, you be killin’ it, man, the way you put that shit on, gold chain, gold glasses, primetime like Deion/”
The clip for “To Be Honest” keeps things straight to the point, as Dolph chills in a cabin complete with beautiful women, plenty of bottles, and — for added effect — actual cameos from Deion Sanders and his son Shedeur.
While “Green Light” is pretty similar in subject matter as “To Be Honest,” the BandPlay-produced cut goes in a different direction from a visual standpoint. Dolph and Key Glock take a ride on a metro bus for a day, performing the track while handing out money to other riders as they reach their respective stops. Dolph can then be seen getting off the bus to take pictures with some fans who spotted him. Further proof that the PRE camp is a lot more versatile than many of their peers.
Press play on both “To Be Honest” and “Green Light” below.