In this flashback from 2014, Young Dolph detailed his experiences in Memphis. He admitted that his neighborhood was filled with crime and violence, forcing him to make getting out of the hood his main priority. The late rapper talked about hustling at a young age to support his family, rather than focus on school. He claimed he started hustling at 14 but didn’t take it seriously until he turned 16. After being inspired by C-Murder and Boosie, Dolph started pursuing rap between 2008 and 2009 before working with other Memphis legends such as Juicy J and Yo Gotti. To hear more, check out the flashback above.