50 Best Young Dolph Quotes

Adolph Robert Thornton Jr., better known by his stage name Young Dolph, was an American rapper. In 2016, he 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’s hit single “Cut It”, which peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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50 Best Young Dolph Quotes

1. “Foreigns all in the garage, remember my first menage/Yeah, Tori and Brittany, I’m shoppin’ for diamonds at Tiffany’s.” — Young Dolph

2. “I admire you because you work.” What can we do if you don’t work? “We don’t have much in common.” — Young Dolph

3. “Society admires risk-takers, but only the ones whose risks pay off.” — Young Dolph

4. “Not a lot of people make it out from where I’m from but I’m a living example showing you that it’s possible. Word hard, play hard.” — Young Dolph

5. “It’s always easier in retrospect to be confident in the decisions you’ve made if they actually worked out.” — Young Dolph

6. “Whatever you want to do, just make solid decisions.” — Young Dolph

7. “With the streets in my rear view, I adopted a get-money attitude and hustler mentality early-on, which helped me later on in life as I developed my career as a rapper.” — Young Dolph

8. “I ain’t never wanted nothin’ in my whole life but some f*cking money. That’s all I ever wanted.” — Young Dolph

9. “You work, so I respect you. You don’t work, what can we do? We can’t relate.” — Young Dolph

10. “Have a good team. Let them do what they do and you do what you do. Have people around you that work and that will want to make you work even harder.” — Young Dolph

11. “I’m embracing the term ‘crack baby.’ The only other person who would be embracing that term is probably 2Pac.” — Young Dolph

12. “One year from today, I’ll be on another level. Having more, doing more—whole lot of everything, really. More dope music, bigger music, bigger records” — Young Dolph

13. “All I care about is the dollar signs, the muthaf*ckin’ check, that bag, you know what I’m saying? And my family. After that sh*t, everything else, that sh*t irrelevant to me.” — Young Dolph

14. “I almost died when Daddyo and I was involved in a serious car accident while driving from our Memphis stomping grounds to Chicago. It’s just certain sh*t, not only the car accident but my life as a whole, like, when you’re going too hard, you gotta tell yourself like, ‘Man, I gotta slow down.’ Then my grandma had passed and all that so, it was just everything leading up to me like, I’m grown now. I ain’t a kid no more. I got responsibilities I got to take on whether I like it or not. If I ain’t start rapping it’s like, I been coming close as hell, close as hell to death and fatal tragedies and sh*t, know what I’m saying? And it just made me open my eyes and start thinking smarter and being wiser.” — Young Dolph

15. “Get sh*t done,” says the narrator. That is what I appreciate the most, regardless of the field. Folks who understand that they must work every day are the people I admire. People who carve out a profession for themselves have my admiration. I don’t care whether it’s an established business or if you work every day at Kroger, the grocery store. Alternatively, you might work at Walmart.” — Young Dolph

16. “Just ’cause my money keep runnin’ like Forrest Gump, I got n*ggas hate me like I’m Donald Trump. Where I’m from you don’t make it to see 21. That’s why all these young n*ggas ridin’ ’round with their gun. Front page newspaper, number one topic. N*ggas mad at Dolph Obama just ’cause I’m the hottest.” — Young Dolph

17. “I was raised primarily under my grandmother’s roof in Memphis. I became a man quickly and [learned] what it took to be one. My own transformation from boyhood was accelerated by my grandmother’s passing when I was 16 or 17. The family structure collapsed onto my shoulders as I was the oldest of a handful of brothers and sisters. I was paying for everything. Going school shopping for my little brothers, sending my sisters money to Chicago. Just doing a whole lot of sh*t, it made me grow up fast, it made me become a hustler real fast. I had to go for what I know.” — Young Dolph

18. “To be a hustler it’s got to be in you. Everybody ain’t got it, even some people got it but don’t have it as much as others. And to be a hustler and to be a super hustler you gotta know how to deal with sacrifices.” — Young Dolph

19. “I’m gonna keep working in the future like I just came in. Like I’m doing free shows or getting $1,500 for a show. I’ve been around certain people and just scoped that sh*t. Being around prolific artists rubbed off on me, and it shows in my own output—my back catalog could fill crates.” — Young Dolph

20. “I’m grown now. I ain’t a kid no more. I got responsibilities I got to take on whether I like it or not. If I ain’t start rapping it’s like, I been coming close as hell, close as hell to death and fatal tragedies and sh*t, know what I’m saying? And it just made me open my eyes and start thinking smarter and being wiser.” — Young Dolph

21. “I’m going to invest in my career. Imma invest in my future. I’ll invest in little dude next to me just because I see something in him. I’m going to do anything that’s beneficial, that I see bringing my future to life. So that’s my money and my time.” — Young Dolph

22. “Rule number one: get the money first. Rule number two: don’t forget to get the money.” — Young Dolph

23. “Never downplay nobody. You could be like, ‘Ay, sh*t, there ain’t but seven dollars in my pocket right now.’ Who cares? ‘Cause guess what? An opportunity could come where you can have seven million tomorrow” — Young Dolph

24. “If I go to college now, both my little brothers just in this ‘hood… whatever come their way whether it’s good sh*t, bad sh*t, bullsh*t… I’m allowing them to make those decisions on their own because I ain’t around them, I’m at college somewhere. So I stayed. That’s what made me say, ‘F*ck college.’ ‘Cause I gotta watch my little brothers. Let me stay around here, get my money up, just become a man so I can send them to college. Send them to get the f*ck away from the ‘hood and all that sh*t.” — Young Dolph

25. “You forego time. That’s the one thing you can’t pay for, the only thing you can’t get back at the end of the day. So you’ll have to learn to sacrifice that time for something you’re trying to invest in.” — Young Dolph

26. “Get sh*t done. That’s what I admire more than anything, no matter the realm. People that know they gotta work every day, them the kinda people I respect. I respect people that build a career for themselves. I don’t give a damn if it’s a hustle that’s already big or you go to work at Kroger every day, the grocery store. Or you work at Walmart.” — Young Dolph

27. “You focus on money, your life. It’s like you can only move a certain kind of way out here, to being on the streets, to working a job, to doing music—whatever you doing. You can only move one kind of way and if you don’t, it can hurt you, you can put a roof over your head, you can limit your chances. I don’t want to limit myself to doing nothing so that’s all that is.” — Young Dolph

28. “What I want people to take away from my music, man, is just how to take care of responsibilities, how to live life and enjoy life. You only get one shot at life, one life to live—make the most out of it. Put as many smiles as you can on people’s faces. Help as many people as you can. Get you some paper. Live life, you and your folks.” — Young Dolph

29. “The best thing is to invest in yourself, because it takes money to make money.” — Young Dolph

30. “I identify sooner with a hard-working person well beneath his tax bracket than a social climber piggybacking on other people’s exertion.” — Young Dolph

31. “I believe that for those who work for it, opportunities will knock, doors will swing open, fears will be conquered, and risks will pay off.” — Young Dolph

32. “Don’t try to… go to work and try to go to the other job. And if you is gonna do other things on the side, make sure it’s like it’s only for the money just to support what you really want to do and you give it your all.” — Young Dolph

33. “Designer everythin’, every day on this paper chase. An extra $500k, put away just for a rainy day.” — Young Dolph

34. “I pay her bills and buy her designer but I don’t love her/she just play her part when it’s time to smuggle.” — Young Dolph

35. “Once you get up and you finally get across that line and you’ve got a brand to stand on, it’s going to be beneficial.” — Young Dolph

36. “As long as I keep going up and keep working, my value is going to increase.” — Young Dolph

37. “You know, working with different artists, some people kinda get confused in trying to find their way, I stay true to myself.” — Young Dolph

38. “You give up time. At the end of the day that’s the only thing you can’t pay for, the thing you can’t get back. So you gotta learn to sacrifice that time to put [towards] something you trying to invest in.” — Young Dolph

39. “It’s the reality of being black in this country. You can have money, and you can be a benefactor and a leader in your community, but all people see is black skin.” — Young Dolph

40. “I’m in a coupe, cost half a mill, I just redid my Chevelle/Got 2 Maybachs in both, that’s just how I feel.” — Young Dolph

41. “Ain’t none of this sh*t surprising me. I set it up.” — Young Dolph

42. “When I’m finished doing music or whatever, I want people to remember me as just being great.” — Young Dolph

43. “She kept it so real that I put her in a Drizzop/Yeah, that boy went corporate but he straight up off the Blizzock.” — Young Dolph

44. “Every decision we make in life leads to a series of figurative doors. At each critical juncture you’re either securing your sh*t or you’re opening up doors to f*ck your sh*t up.” — Young Dolph

45. “Been workin’ my whole life, but I ain’t never punched the clock.” — Young Dolph

46. “While you’re waiting on even trying to do anything, try investing in yourself. Just try to keep going up and coming up with new things to do, being creative every day. Make this your life.” — Young Dolph

47. “I respect the hustle, because I live and breathe it.” — Young Dolph

48. “You learn how to take sacrifices, you learn to give things up to get into something you’re trying to get into.” — Young Dolph

49. “Never wait on nobody. Go for what you know.” — Young Dolph

50. “I just like seeing people succeed. I like to see people have success.” — Young Dolph






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