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The spirit of slain trap artist, Young Dolph, speaks; hear it from the other side

By Inner Hero News

Maybe some of us are still looking to hear the voices from the other side from the loved-ones we miss, seeking every opportunity to do so, even if the idea sounds bleak. But the thought of doing so, risking embarrassment and judgement from friends and family, can hold some of us hostage. However, what so crazy about that thought, is that electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) is becoming a real thing.

EVP are sounds found on electronic recordings that are interpreted as spirit voices. Parapsychologist Konstantīns Raudive, who popularized the idea in the 1970s, described EVP as typically brief, usually the length of a word or short phrase.

Fast forward to 2022: the Apple and android stores carry these "spirit box" apps, which are said to capture paranormal radio frequencies that can allow communication with spirits, although the apps are for entertainment purposes only ...

On the YouTube Channel of Cody ITC, numerous ghost sessions featuring famous and regionally famous people, now deceased, have reached over a half-million views on several individual videos, as fans send their requests to the moderator of this channel, (you have to be a member for requests.)

With almost 300,000 followers the moderator, Cody, conducts the "ghost sessions" with video of the pre-recorded EVP session, and screen captions of what is being said by the spirit. The spirit voices sound pretty authentic in the personage of the famous, semi-famous person, confirmed by his followers and viewership rate. There are several of his videos being featured on BeTuned TV and on AMPTV's The Black Finish Channel.

Well, before you watch the video above, take time to first learn the important, background detail of this young, musical trap artist, called "Young Dolph."

Adolph Robert Thornton Jr., better known by his stage name Young Dolph, was an American rapper. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, King of Memphis, which peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200 chart. He was featured on O.T. Genasis's hit single "Cut It", which peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. On November 17, 2021, the 36-year old was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee while buying butter cookies at a bakery. The police officers labeled the murder an accident; however, one may want to continue reading and tend to the video before believing that assessment.

The story of this young, trap artist is beyond amazing because of where he began; a crack baby birthed from two crack parents in 1985, Young Dolph's hard lessons would have to come from his strict, but loving grandmother. She always taught him to be independent; hence, he did so by the age of nine, when he saw a man killed in front of him.

Young Dolph through his music expresses his very rough beginnings, eating from trash cans, shooting dice by the time he was age 6, starving, barely able to pay rent when he was an adult. His music was geared toward a generation who was Black and suffering like he was, in similar circumstances; this makes it hard for one to judge the lyrics if they have no understanding of Young Dolph's impoverished beginnings.

So, to come from literally, absolutely nothing to a successful artist who saved enough money to build his own record-label empire, no major studios attached, is applauded--standing ovation.

In 2008, Young Dolph released his first mixtape Paper Route Campaign. Two years later, he formally established his label Paper Route Empire in 2010, an independent record label not affiliated with a major record label, and subsequently released Welcome 2 Dolph World that same year.With the release of mixtapes High Class Street Music and High Class Street Music Episode 2 in 2011, Young Dolph began to develop his own rap flow, shifting away from a style similar to Memphis rappers Three 6 Mafia and 8Ball & MJG instead to a personal style described as "vociferous" with a "magnetic delivery and uniquely deep voice".[14][15] With Young Dolph's increasing popularity, Memphis rapper Yo Gotti offered him a record deal with Yo Gotti's Collective Music Group label (affiliated with Epic Records) in August 2014, but Young Dolph declined, preferring to remain independent.

In 2016, Young Dolph was featured on O.T. Genasis's double platinum hit single "Cut It". Later that year, he released his debut album King of Memphis under his independent Paper Route Empire label, which peaked at number 49 on the Billboard 200.

Could these EVP sessions be the key to solving unsolved murders?

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