Paper Route Empire and the Street Execs bought one hell of an experience to the Music capitol of the South on Tuesday December 13th. Young Dolph’s “Dope Boy Riot” concert took place at CenterStage in Atlanta Tuesday, and the “Rhyme Scene” was truly one of a kind. After transforming the stage to a prop of a trap house, Young Dolph and some of his friends hit the stage to perform some their musical hits. Young Dolph was joined by several of his rap peers including Cap-1, YFN Lucci, OJ Da Juiceman and Trouble to bring Atlanta trap/rap music lovers, the “Dope Boy Riot” concert.
HHS1987’s Terrell Thomas (Eldorado) teamed up with the Street Execs and Paper Route Empire to present a behind the scene and live reporting splash to this “Dope Boy Riot” vlog. We reported live from the “Rhyme Scene” similar to a live newscast and we went behind the scene and back stage for an exclusive look of Young Dolph’s “Dope Boy Riot” concert. During Young Dolph’s “Dope Boy Riot” concert, Young Dolph hit the stage to perform his hits “Preach”, “Get Paid” and more. Young Dolph bought out fellow artist YFN Lucci to perform “Key To The Streets” along with DTE rap artist Trouble and OJ Da Juiceman who performed his hit “Make The Trap Say Aye”.
Get an exclusive experience of Paper Route Empire’s own Young Dolph’s “Dope Boy Riot” Concert below. Watch out “Dope Boy Riot” vlog and performance from YFN Lucci, D4L, Cap 1 and OJ Da Juiceman below as well. The vlog was covered and produced by Terrell Thomas (Eldorado). The vlog was shot and edited by Antoin Martin (Director AMartin).
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