Always starkly honest in his rhymes, Young Dolph uses his talent for real talk to shine a light on crucial issues like racial equality and police brutality in "The Land," his latest music video.
Detailing a real encounter Dolph had with the police, "The Land" is a merciless takedown of America's founding myths, exposing the hypocrisy of a country where your color of skin determines your quality of life: "They say this the land of the free (That's a lie)/It seem like the land of bullsh*t to me," intones Dolph. Directed by Paper Route Pictures, the video for "The Land" re-enacts Dolph's fateful police encounter in vivid detail, as Dolph is pulled over for the crime of being Black and owning a camo-wrapped Lambo, before a violent officer shoves his knee into Dolph's back.
In the video's second half, the Paper Route EMPIRE CEO vents his frustration with the nation's racist criminal justice system, tagging a police car with righteously angry messages ("RIP Breonna Taylor," "No Justice No Peace") before smashing it to bits with a baseball bat.
"The Land" is the searing centerpiece of Rich Slave, Dolph's deeply personal and highly successful new album.
Watch the video below.