Author: Scarlett Pham
The Paper Route Empire record label founded by Young Dolph has announced a touring pop-up museum that will honor Young Dolph and celebrate his newly released posthumous album "Paper Route Frank."
The exhibition titled Dolphland will begin with its first stop in the SOHO area of New York City on January 13, 2023. The Dolphland exhibition will feature original artwork inspired by Dolph's legacy and music. It will also showcase the late rapper's personal belongings and highlight key moments throughout his career.
Tickets for the museum in New York started to go on sale on Monday, December 26. More info here: www.thedolphlandmuseum.com
After New York, the museum will be held in cities such as Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas. Especially, attendees will have a chance to win $100,000 when they purchase tickets.
"The goal of the pop-up museum is to showcase the character of a leader and businessman and to highlight the journey of someone whose early beginnings may mirror that of many young kids and entrepreneurs starting so that they may draw inspiration to keep pushing on their own endeavors," said Daddy-O, CEO of Paper Route Empire.
"Dolph has a great base of fans, and he loved going out and engaging with them. We wanted to do something that still provided a way for that engagement beyond just the music. We brought the idea to Trap Music Museum, and they were excited to help bring a dope experience to life for all who will attend," said Young Dolph's manager and Street Execs Co-Founder, Allen Parks.
Listen to the album "Paper Route Frank" below: