(AllHipHop News) Rapper Young Dolph is wasting no time since being released from the hospital last week.
Young Dolph emerged from a Los Angeles hospital, after being shot in the city after a fight near the Loews Hollywood Hotel on September 26.
A man associated with rapper Yo Gotti named Corey McClendon was arrested for the shooting.
McClendon, 43, was originally charged with attempted murder with bail set at $1 million, but he was released without charges being filed.
Young Dolph addresses the shooting head on in the new video for his single "Believe Me."
The track is taken from his new album Thinking Out Loud, which is due in stores this Friday (October 20th.)
Dolph and fellow Memphis rapper Yo Gotti, Blac Youngsta and other artists on Gotti's label CMG have issued vicious diss tracks against one another over the past year.
"Believe Me" features news clips covering the ambush, along with actual footage of Young Dolph in the hospital after shooting.
This is the second time Young Dolph has released an album directly following a shooting.
In February, the rapper was targeted in Charlotte, North Carolina during CIAA Weekend, where Gunmen sprayed over 100 rounds at his SUV.
Another associate of Yo Gotti, Blac Youngsta, was arrested for that shooting.
Take a look at Young Dolph new video "Believe Me."