“Get Away” is the first single from Dolph’s upcoming posthumous album Paper Route Frank. The record was completed before the rapper was fatally shot in Memphis, Tennessee on Nov. 17, 2021.
Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in Memphis, the location where Dolph was fatally shot last year, honored the rapper by making cookies in the shape of dolphins, TMZ reports. Staff also wore t-shirts that featured a photo of Dolph’s face and the words “black men deserve to grow old.”
In addition to the arrival of “Get Away,” Key Glock has shared his PRE5L EP honoring Dolph. With five new tracks, the Paper Route-released project includes production from the likes of Tay Keith and Hitkidd among others. PRE5L follows the release of his track “From Nothing,” which was accompanied by a video where he sported a Young Dolph tribute chain.
Per FOX13 Memphis, the releases arrive as part of Paper Route’s Dolph Day of Service. Individuals from the label and the IdaMae Foundation, which was founded by Dolph in honor of his grandmother, will be present in both Memphis and Atlanta to give out free haircuts and hand out food to the communities.
Also available for those in need will be free lunch and winter kits that consist of coats, blankets, socks, and gloves. They will be handed out at the Hospitality Hub in Memphis on Thursday between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and at the Evolution Center in Atlanta between 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Watch the visualizer for “Get Away” above, and listen to Key Glock’s new PRE5L EP below.