This Friday (March 26), Young Dolph and Key Glock will unveil the second installment of their Dum and Dummer series. The project will contain 20 tracks in all, including the previous drops “Aspen,” “I’m The Type,” “Case Closed,” and “Sleep With The Roaches.” Before the album’s official release, Dolph blesses us with a solo cut from the project titled “Yeeh Yeeh,” which sees him recalling some wild, rockstar moments over production from BandPlay:

“Don’t know how I made it home last night, everything a blur, hallucinating, can’t remember shit, drunk too much syrup, doin’ one-thirty down Bellevue, fucked ‘round and scraped the curb, my finger on the trigger, ‘cause I got bad nerves…/”

In a past interview with REVOLT’s “Drink Champs,” Dolph got candid about his relationship with Key Glock, and his intentions with the Paper Route Empire-signed artist career-wise:

“If you pay attention, I treat Glock shit like a little bit more tender and closely and careful than I treat my own shit. I’m getting him instantly hot, super hot, fast. … Glock ain’t just no rapper. He paying attention, and looking and seeing everything I’m doing and I’m teaching him as we go.”

Dum and Dummer was first released back in 2019, and boasted 22 well-received cuts from the Memphis duo — so much so, that the album landed Dolph and Glock within the top ten of the Billboard 200 thanks to an impressive 45,000 album equivalent units during its first week out. Last year, Dolph then liberated a new album of his own titled Rich Slave, featuring assists from the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Glock, and G Herbo over 16 tracks — a deluxe edition with eight more tracks arrived at the top of 2021. Peaking at number four on the Billboard 200, Rich Slave also became Dolph’s highest-charting album to date.

Press play on the animated visualizer for “Yeeh Yeeh” below.