Back in July, Young Dolph gathered his Paper Route collective and dropped off PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi, a 23-track compilation that saw noted contributions from Key Glock, Big Unccc, Gucci Mane, Big Moochie Grape, Joddy Badass, Kenny Muney, PaperRoute Woo, and more. The project was a moderate success for Dolph & Co., landing within the top 25 of the Billboard 200 thanks to some 20,000 first-week album equivalent units sold.
Following well-received visuals from PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi for “Here We Go,” “Nothing To Me,” “Bandaid,” “Talking To My Scale,” and “Mister Glock 2,” fans now get to check out another for “Ashtray,” a collaboration between Dolph and Kenny Muney that sees the artists delivering boastful raps over production from Mario Petersen, Sosa 808, and LNKmusic:
“Your favorite rapper and your boyfriend, I be fresher than ‘em, I made a lot of money with my Mexicans, convertible foreign, young nigga, the world is yours, my bitch, she spoiled, and me, yeah, I’m on the Forbes, been going through some shit, so all I do is drink lean and try to drink the problems away, roll a blunt every thirty minutes, tryna dump my problems in the ashtray, all I’ve been doing thinking ‘bout a hundred million, nigga...”
The video for “Here We Go” begins with Dolph pulling up to a warehouse to do business with a couple of associates — he can be seen handing over bags filled with American funds to secure the deal. Elsewhere, Kenny Muney counts up the cash while in a room filled with beautiful women, one of whom collects the currency from Dolph’s location. Simply puts, these rappers are getting to the money.