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Introduction

NET WORTH

$5M

Young Dolph is an American rapper. In February 2016, Dolph released his debut studio album, King of Memphis, which peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200 chart. He was featured on O.T. Genasis' hit single "Cut It", which peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Young Dolph's seventh album, Rich Slave, was released in August 2020 and became his highest-charting project, debuting at number four on the Billboard 200. As of , Young Dolph has an estimated net worth of about $5M.

At a Glance

  • Full name: Adolph Robert Thornton, Jr.
  • Other names: Young Dolph
  • Birthday: August 11, 1985
  • Age:
  • Net worth: $5M
  • Occupation: Rapper, Songwriter.
  • Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

Young Dolph's partners encouraged him to do more music after hearing his first song, even though he did it simply for fun. His first mixtape, Paper Route Campaign, was a success and confirmed his journey into the entertainment industry. As of , Young Dolph has an estimated net worth of about $5M.

Favorite Quotes From Young Dolph

“Mmm … not really, ’cause, like, I know that I like music and all of my friends like music. So, once you put it out, and they were on it for a while, then you give ’em new music. They just love to have music, because it’s easy to get burnt out on new music really fast.” – Young Dolph
“Because it’s authentic music, and it’s just good music at the end of the day. You make good music, you’re going to get good results.” – Young Dolph
“It’s cool. It’s really cool and it makes you feel like you’re in the South. You know you’re in the South. It smell good in the air. You have a good barbecue, good restaurants around the city. It’s a good place, you know what I’m saying? There are certain areas you gotta stay out of, but it’s just like everywhere else in the world, you know what I mean?” – Young Dolph
“Yeah, I was going to have no features on Bulletproof. But I ended up putting Gucci Mane on it. That’s just my partner. He’s just one of my personal friends. It ain’t no different for him from my homeboys in Memphis. I just have a real personal relationship.” – Young Dolph
“Naw, I just love music, know what I mean? Music just sets the tone, it puts you in a different vibe, different mode, different moods. I just like music. You hear music every day. It’s something you can’t dodge. I don’t care what you do, you’re going to hear music every day.” – Young Dolph

Early life

Adolph Robert Thornton, Jr. was born on July 27, 1985, in Chicago, Illinois. His family moved to Memphis, Tennessee, when he was 2 years old. He has two sisters and two brothers, and was cousins with deceased rapper Juice Wrld. On his hit track "Preach", he rapped that, "Mama always in the streets, so guess who raised me?". In his music he describes a time where his parents were smoking crack.

Career

In 2008, Young Dolph nearly died in a drive-by shooting accident and later that same year, his grandmother died from lung cancer. These incidents motivated his "wake up" call. He started making music around that time as an emotional release. In addition, Young Dolph and his fellows all complained about fake rappers telling stories about what they had never done, witnessed or experienced. His partners encouraged him to do more music after hearing his first song, even though he did it simply for fun. His first mixtape, Paper Route Campaign, was a success and confirmed his journey into the entertainment industry.

In 2016, Young Dolph performed his hit singles "Get Paid" and "Cut It" live at the Royal South Central in Atlanta along with Solo Lucci and more to promote his debut album King of Memphis.

In 2018, Dolph's single "Major" peaked at number 47 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In July 2019, Dolph released his collaborative album with Key Glock, titled Dum and Dummer. The album peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200, earning each artists their first top 10 album.

In 2020 Dolph released the single "Sunshine" to highlight and address the global situation. Dolph's seventh album, Rich Slave, was released on August 14, 2020. It was preceded by the singles "Blue Diamonds", "RNB" featuring Megan Thee Stallion and "Death Row". Dolph explained the album's title, stating "It's the reality of being Black in this country".

On March 5, 2021, Dolph and Key Glock released the single, "Aspen", and announced the release of their second collaborative album, Dum and Dummer 2, due for release on March 26, 2021. It is a sequel to 2019's Dum and Dummer. The project's cartoon artwork references Beavis & Butthead.