Young Dolph is coming for summer '16. After announcing his new mixtape Bosses and Shooters drops this Friday (May 27), the self-proclaimed King of Memphis gifts fans with new music and the accompanying visuals for "Attic."

As Dolph flosses in a blue Rolls Royce while smoking on a blunt, sexy ladies dance around him as he tells a narrative of sex, drugs and money.

"Hatin' on me around your bitch/You just making that bitch a fan/Can't make up my mind whether/I want a lambo or rarri/Wish my grandma was here/Just so I could tell her I'm sorry," the "Royalty" rhymer spits over the trap beat. "Sorry for having all of them pounds of weed in your gardens/ Now I get dirty just to walk in and turn up and party."

No word if "Attic" will appear on Bosses and Shooters, which by the cover could be a compilation project featuring Dolph's Paper Route Empire labelmates Jay Fizzle and Bino Brown. The team effort comes after Dolph told XXL exclusively his vision for the future of Memphis rap.

“I’m just turning this shit around. I’m just making this shit different,” he said. “Think about how many rappers done got hot and blew up and became millionaires out of Memphis in the last 10 years. Think about that shit." He added, "In the last 10 years, what rappers done came out and blew up and became a millionaire? Yo Gotti and Young Dolph. Triple 6, 8ball and MJG, that was their time. And even in their time, who all was it — nobody but Three 6 and 8ball and MJG. But this is the city of music. This is where the whole sound coming from. It don’t make sense to me so I’m finna change the shit, flip it around. You look at Atlanta and you ask how many niggas out of Atlanta done blew up and made millions of dollars off this shit. It ain’t no telling. In the last 10 years? Man… probably more than 20 or 30 of them. It’s self-explanatory.”

Peep Young Dolph's "Attic" above.

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