This past weekend saw Young Dolph liberating his fifth solo LP Rich Slave, which features 16 tracks and assists from Megan Thee Stallion, G Herbo, and his Dum and Dummer collaborator Key Glock. This week, he reveals a new visual from said project for “What’s Da Bizness,” which sees production from Sosa 808 and stays on the money, literally:
“Grab the money machine, it’s time to count these racks, your mama gave birth to a f***in’ rat, all this Gucci on me like I make this s***, full-blown millionaire, but still might take your s***.../”
The IThinkEthan-directed visual keeps things very simple, as Young Dolph is seen counting money in his residence while a bevy of bikini-clad beauties dance and twerk around him. This is definitely the type of clip to give FOMO vibes post-quarantine.
Rich Slave follows the aforementioned Dum and Dummer project, earning Dolph and Glock a top ten spot on the Billboard 200 with 45,000 album equivalent units sold. Prior to that, Dolph liberated the well-received Role Model, which contained 14 tracks and collabs with the likes of Kash Doll, Offset, and Snoop Dogg.
Prior to the release of Rich Slave, Young Dolph took to his Instagram to launch a promotional contest, one that would see one of his fans win his Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster — the very car that’s seen on the album’s artwork:
“Last week i walked in the garage to get on my 4wheeler and i looked at my Lambo and said to myself ‘Dolph u should give someone your aventador and let them enjoy it, u not doin nothin wit it.’ So yea, now I’m about to give one of my fans my Lamborghini in the middle of a pandemic/recession...”