Migos Pay Tribute To Young Dolph During New Jersey Concert: ‘We Lost A Brother’

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Newark, N.J. – The Hip Hop community is still in mourning following the tragic loss of Young Dolph last week. During their performance at Power 105.1’s Powerhouse concert in New Jersey on Sunday (November 21), Migos took a moment to pay tribute to the fallen Memphis native.

“Ay, cut the lights off,” Quavo began. “We’d like to say we lost a brother, you dig what I’m saying. And if you love Young Dolph like we love Young Dolph, I need you to put a light in the sky. You dig what I’m saying? That’s my dog. On the count of three, if you Young Dolph, say, ‘Long live Young Dolph.’”

The Migos and Young Dolph collaborated on numerous occasions throughout their careers, with the first taking place on Dolph’s 2014 Cross Country Trappin mixtape cut “Thank Tha Plug.”


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Dolph then returned the favor the following year on the ATL trio’s “Dirk Nowitski.” Migos then hopped on Gelato‘s “Drop It Off” in 2017. They also teamed up on a couple of tracks alongside Gucci Mane such as “Skerr” and “Send Me Pack.”

The Paper Route Empire boss was shot and killed on November 17 in his hometown of Memphis by two assailants while he was buying cookies at a local barkery. No arrests in the case have been made but the getaway white Mercedes-Benz vehicle has been recovered and linked to a separate murder.