Lil Dolfin Showcases Skills on New Project ‘Dolfin Not Dolphin’

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Arkansas rapper Lil Dolfin has been making music for as long as he can remember, starting at 9 and recording at 15. Lil Dolfin, who’s real name is Darron Eaves, got his artist name in high school since he wore a lot of Pink Dolphin (a streetwear brand with a pink dolphin logo) which eventually dubbed him Lil Dolphin, which then turned into Lil Dolfin. His music career started at the ripe age of nine and has continued and flourished throughout the years. He’s continuing the momentum and just dropped a new project, titled Dolfin Not Dolphin accompanied by a visual for the track “King Kong.”

In just a few short years, it became evident that Lil Dolfin’s sound has matured and has a more distinguished tone and rhythmic structure. Seen on his 2019 project, Dreams Don’t Expire, another mixtape that Dolfin regards as his best work, named after his music company DDE, featuring his brother and fellow rapper K3. Further, his sound has evolved even further with his latest project, Dolfin Not Dolphin, a four-track project that enthralls its deep yet melodious cadence, making Dolfin Not Dolphin a highly-anticipated project. 

Dolfin Not Dolphin is already an instant classic, defining Dolfin by his cadence, heavy bass, and melodic sounds. “King Kong” opens the project, his only visual from the project, which garnered 50K views the first month alone. The song and video is a bonafide anthem, seen by the images of power and money, paralleled to the chorus that says he’s doing it big like “King Kong.” The second track, “No T-Shirt,” featuring K3, is fun and catchy, with a fast hook juxtaposed to a slower laid-back verse, which makes for an enjoyable sound. 

The third track on the project, “Avenue,” is a slow, more conscious track that details and gives narrative to Lil Dolfin’s “Avenue.” The song details everything from him grinding, making money for his kids to popping pills, and having fun. The song has this rhythm and flow that make for a very remarkable record. The last song on the project, “They Don’t Wanna,” is a hard song with incredible bass that makes for a great flow. The final track might be the best yet, with his lyrical wordplay to the fierce beat, “They Don’t Wana” is the track to play over and over!

Lil Dolfin’s first project, 1.11.97, a mixtape, dropped in 2015 when Dolfin was fresh out of high school and helped solidify his goal of becoming a rapper. The mixtape features hit songs such as “Flexing on Da Gram” and “I heard,” which showcase his versatility and unique cadence. In just a few short years, Lil Dolfin has matured and distinguished that sound, making him an entertaining rapper and artist. Dolfin’s evolution and growth as an artist thus far have been flawless. From his first mixtape, 1.11.97, to his latest, Dolfin Not Dolphin, Lil Dolfin keeps improving and keeps moving forward, so it is only fair to say that his latest project is some of his best work yet!

Dolfin is an artist to keep on your radar. Keep up with him on social media from Instagram, Twitter, to Clubhouse, @dolfdde. Dolfin also hosts “one of the livest” Clubhouse groups, so tap in for some free game. 

Check out the visual for his single, “King Kong,” from his recently released project Dolfin Not Dolphin. 

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