DJ Envy and the late Young Dolph's Paper Route Empire are teaming up for a special event to honor Dolph's passion for cars.
On Wednesday, March 22, The Breakfast Club host announced the 'Love For The Streets Car Show' in partnership with the Memphis native's record label and K97. It's all set to go down on May 28 at the AgriCenter in Memphis. The event will showcase a fleet of rare whips including Envy's epic collection, and the late P.R.E boss' squad of camo-painted rides. Other artists like Key Glock and 50 Cent will also have their squad of vehicles on display.
In addition to all the tricked out cars, the estate of Young Dolph also plans to bring its pop-up museum to the event. "Dolphland," which is a joint effort between the artist's estate and T.I.'s Trap Music Museum, has been pulling up in numerous major cities across the country to give fans a chance to celebrate the rapper's life and legacy. The traveling museum features paintings, posters, plaques and other items dedicated to the late artist, who was shot and killed outside a cookie shop in his hometown in 2021.
Since his death, Paper Route Empire released an entire project Long Live Young Dolph to honor Dolph. His estate also dropped his first posthumous album Paper Route Frank before the end of 2022. On Monday, March 20, his estate dropped the video for the album's intro "Love For The Streets" in which he flashes off his pricy car collection.
Cop your tickets to the "Love For The Streets Car Show" now and check out Dolph's latest video below.