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Around the same time that he dropped off his Key Glock-helped “1 Hell Of A Life” music video, Young Dolph declared his retirement.

As indicated by his Instagram Story and a report by Complex, the Memphis-reproduced rapper needs to have more opportunity to go through with his family.

Not long ago, Dolph started implying about his conceivable retirement via web-based networking media. In the wake of erasing his whole Instagram feed, he conjectured about leaving the rap game on his Instagram Story.

“Highly considering quitting music because i really wanna be with my kids 24/7,” he wrote.

On Wednesday (March 4), the 34-year-old rapper affirmed the choice when talking with Complex.

“I’m finished doing music so I can go kick it with my child,” he told the outlet.

Be that as it may, Dolph is relied upon to proceed with his job at the Memphis-based record name, Paper Route Empire, which brags the preferences Key Glock, Jay Fizzle, Big Moochie Grape and more on its program.

As per Complex, a delegate of Dolph’s said that “Key Glock is already poised to be the new torch bearer,” in the event of a difference close by.