17 Young Dolph Quotes That Will Inspire You

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Today (November 17) marks the first day of service honoring the late Memphis talent, Young Dolph. As previously reported by REVOLT, citizens of Tennessee and Georgia, as well as anyone wishing to participate across the globe, have been urged to “give back and help those in need” as the Paper frontman did. Road throughout his life. As the IdaMae Foundation explained, residents of Dolph’s hometown will be able to get free haircuts, winter items, and food at various locations around town.

In addition to the rapper’s high-profile charities (including an annual turkey drive that continued in his legacy earlier this week), Dolph has always been known for providing advice and spreading the knowledge he’s learned at during his 36 years. To celebrate, REVOLT collected 17 iconic quotes the “Hall of Fame” star heard about living as a boss in all aspects of life, taken from both classic songs and memorable interviews.

You can check them all below. Those looking for additional information on Dolph Day of Service can go here.

1. Learning from his mistakes in the music business (REVOLT “Big Facts” interview, 2021):

“The more I [advanced in my career], the more knowledge I acquired. It’s like everything else, you know what I mean? You have in your mind what you want to do, but you have to figure that out. You gotta fuck up so many times, and fuck up, and fuck up, and then be like, ‘Okay, I really didn’t fuck up, I just learned on my own …OK, now I got this shit.’ “

2. By avoiding excuses (“Preach”, Cross-country ski trap2014):

Addicted to the hustle, can’t stop, won’t stop, can’t stop, nnever heard me complain about what I don’t have, because if I want it, I’ll get it…”

3. By actually putting in the work to be successful (The FADER interview, 2017):

“Do the work…People who know they have to work every day, those are people I respect. I respect people who are building a career. I don’t care if it’s already a big hustle or if you go to work every day at Kroger, the grocery store. Or you work at Walmart. So you work I respect you. You don’t work, what can we do? We cannot relate.

4. Knowing its worth from the start (“Tric Or Treat,” 2019):

“I remember 2011, major labels came up to me and they tried to give me two million”, I gave him a handshake, looked him in the eye and said, “No , but I will talk to you in two years’…”

5. At the start of your journey as an entrepreneur (HYPEBEAST“Conversations with” interview, 2018):

“The most important thing, man, is to start and jump over there. Many people are so nervous and uncertain about starting and extending it. Bulls**tin’ around, like, just getting started. That’s the most important thing, jump up there and start. This is the most important thing.

6. Protect yourself from disloyal loved ones (“Cold World”, High Class Street Music 5: The Take’s Best Friend2015):

“It’s a cold world, look at your homie and look at your daughter, your homie scratch you just to take your place, these female dogs gon’ be female dogs, you know what it’s about, bow your headsay a prayer, say amen, grab my gun, take you away before I let you get away from my son…”

7. Being able to change the lives of others (REVOLT’s “Drink champions», 2018):

“[Being in the music industry] put me in a position where I can put other people in positions if they really want to be able to make money… It doesn’t feel like I can, like, change someone’s life another one, man, and you know you can do it… All a person has to do is listen.”

8. On financial management (VICE/Noisey interview, 2014):

“A lot of people don’t know how to do that, they don’t know how manage your money. That’s how I got here and how I continue to climb. You have to know how to manage your money. It takes money to make money. If you don’t know how to manage money, how are you going to make more money? »

9. Staying ahead of the competition (“Nothing”, Crack rich babe2016):

“All these rappers are mad at me for not signing, and I have more money than their CEO… trap to rapthey can’t believe I made it, I made it and didn’t sign with a major, I got more money than your whole team, that’s why you bitches hate…”

10. On what he learned from the streets that marked him in the music industry (REVOLT’s “Off topic» interview, 2021):

” Stay focused. That’s the most important thing…you gotta think, man, there’s so much to get distracted on, you got the bitches, you know what I mean? You have all the materialistic shit. You have toxic friends, toxic partners, those who want to give you their 2 cents, but don’t know anything about business. That’s it… A lot of people get caught up in what’s going on instead of focusing on what you have about yourself, what works for you, what’s best for you.

11. By ensuring that her children are never deprived (“Believe me”, Thinking out loud2017):

“Extra money buried for my son and I can’t wait to tell him, little nigga, you got a million dollar shovel… I swear never leave another nigga raise my children…”

12. On dealing with the doubts and criticisms of others (Turned dirt into diamonds mini-documentary, 2018):

“A lot of people, they can’t see what I see, bro, because they’re not in my position… you came all alone, you’re going to die all alone. You’re gonna be in that coffin all alone. So you can’t give announcements about what no one thinks… There will never be a day when no one in the world has to. wake up and be you.”

13. Doing business a disservice (“Money Callin’,” High Class Street Music 3: Trappin’ out a Mansion2013):

“What have you done for me lately? Nigga, Fuck you, pay me, I was screwed till my catch saved me, nowadays I got more customers than Macy’s, what have you done for me lately? That’s why it’s, ‘F**k you, pay me’, it’s like this money should just call me…”

14. On continuing to expand his business in other avenues (“The Breakfast Club” interview, 2017):

“It’s as if everything was growing… Me in my position, music is not my only goal… I’m CEO. I have a whole record label. I have six artists, all tough. Know what I mean? Dolph writes movies. Dolph in fashion… These people have a billion dollars. Dolph finna get ready to get that billion dollars. I’m not thinking 20 years, 15 years, no. I think four years, five years… I’m just wired different.

15. On what he learned during the COVID-19 pandemic (“Sunshine”, 2020):

Busy working all my lifedidn’t give family time i apologize to the whole family just for being selfish but the whole time i was focused on enriching the family (because i love you all) , that wasn’t shit You could tell me, guala, guala, guala, stack that paper, invest in yourself for times like this…”

16. Be wary of helping those who refuse to help themselves (“Million Dollaz Worth of Game” interview, 2021):

“Bro, the thing with these niggas, everybody wanna start at the top. Everybody wanna start at the top, and everybody wanna start on the right foot. Everybody… It’s cool, but, shit, what are you doing for yourself, are you gonna put in the work to have a blast? Do you get down to business right now to have fun? Or is it just someone else making you take the leap? If you feel like that, if you’re an**ga with that opinion, that attitude, [to] me personally you af**kn**ga.

17. By living your life to the fullest (“Get Paid,” S**ttin’ on the industry2015):

“Get paid, nigga, get paid, bitch! You on rich niggas shit, us on the same shit, me and my partners Memphis Grizzly f**k the same female dogs, only difference is I’m trap n** Georgia! Can’t you hear it in my voice when I rap, nigga? On South Beach with E-Feezy throwing stacks, nigga, turn at max, nigga! Facts, nigga!”

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