Young Dolph shares COVID-19-inspired song ‘Sunshine’: Listen

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Taking the time to reflect on the pandemic as an artist should, Young Dolph shares a timely record called ‘Sunshine’. It comes on the evening of the White House briefing. Known for his trapping and remaining independent, it is a different approach for his fanbase to consume but necessary. We hope fellow Young Dolph can consider how serious this matter is, and that they stay inside until given other directions to follow. It is stunning and responsible for the Memphis artist to release such a song after stating that he was retiring from music to focus on his family. (Pre-save the song via this link. It goes live at midnight EST.)

Update (April 24, 2020, 12:07 AM): Now, you can listen to ‘Sunshine’ below.

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