Young Dolph makes a grandiose return with his new mixtape, Bulletproof, which dropped on Saturday (April 1). The project was inspired by a February incident in which Dolph's SUV was shot up 100 times in Charlotte, N.C. Luckily, his vehicle was bulletproof and Dolph walked away unscathed.

In defiance of his haters, the Memphis rhymer delivered Bulletproof, which boasts a track list that aims directly at his shooter or shooters. Songs like “100 Shots,” “In Charlotte,” “But I’m Bulletproof,” “I Pray for My Enemies” and others speak directly about the shooting.

On the Metro Boomin'-produced "In Charlotte," Dolph shakes his head at the gunmen who shot up his SUV.

"April Fools, the trick's on you bitch / You playing checkers lil boy, I'm playing chess / I just scored again boy, all nets / Paper Route, we got now and next / That's a motherfucking mansion 'round my neck / I'm in a Chevelle, but the motor it came out a Vette / I might sign with DJ Khaled, because we the best, hah," he spits.

So far, fans are loving Young Dolph's mixtape. One person wrote, "f--- april fools. dolph just dropped his album," while another commenter tweeted, "The way I feel about dolph now is the way I felt about Gucci in middle school/High School... trap immortality."

Young Dolph's Bulletproof is available for streaming on Spotify (down below) and iTunes.

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Listen to Young Dolph's Bulletproof Mixtape