Gucci Mane Pays Tribute to Young Dolph With New “Long Live Dolph” Video: Watch

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The eulogistic visual features photos of Gucci Mane with his late friend and collaborator

Young Dolph and Gucci Mane
Young Dolph and Gucci Mane, July 2016 (Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Atlantic Records)

Gucci Mane has shared the music video for “Long Live Dolph,” a tribute to the late Memphis rapper Young Dolph. The visual includes photos of Gucci Mane with Dolph, as well as footage from Dolph’s recent memorial. Watch the visual, directed by Omar the Director, below.

“Long Live Dolph” is the closing track on Gucci Mane and the New 1017’s new album So Icy Christmas. Gucci Mane and Young Dolph collaborated on numerous songs during the latter’s lifetime, including “That’s How I Feel,” “Bling Blaww Burr,” and “Go Get Sum Mo.” In addition, Gucci Mane and Dolph released the collaborative East Atlanta Memphis in 2013.

Young Dolph was shot and killed on November 17. A street in Memphis was recently renamed Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton, Jr. Avenue in the rapper’s honor.

Read “Remembering Young Dolph, a Rapper of Uncommon Generosity” on the Pitch.

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