Young Dolph and Key Glock hit the strip club for “Penguins” visual
The single can be found on Dolph and Glock’s ‘Dum and Dummer 2.’
Today, Young Dolph and Key Glock reveal the second installment of their Dum and Dummer series, which sees 20 new cuts from the Paper Route Empire duo. Added to the new body of work is a visual for the opening track “Penguins,” a BandPlay-produced effort that quickly sets the tone with bars about money, women, and success:
“Yeah, that nigga froze, uh, yellow diamonds on me, but everything still on go, couple rappers do not like me ‘cause I fucked they ho, yeah, trickin’ on thesе bitches, that’s somethin’ that I don’t know…/
Yeah, it’s a big diffеrence right between me and you, I can show you hustle, how to ball, and how to shoot/”
Directed by 2 Brothers, the clip begins with Dolph and Glock flexing their jewelry and whips at a gas station. The Memphis stars eventually find themselves at a strip club — something that many of us haven’t been able to enjoy since the pandemic hit a year ago.
Dum and Dummer 2’s predecessor — Dum and Dummer — was released back in 2019 and contained 22 tracks. The project proved to be a success for Paper Route Empire, peaking at the number eight spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 45,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week out.
2020 saw both Dolph and Glock keeping busy — Glock dropped two full length projects, Yellow Tape and Son of a Gun, in January and May, respectively. Meanwhile, Dolph revealed his latest project Rich Slave in August, a 16-song album that saw collaborations alongside Glock, Megan Thee Stallion, Juicy J, and G Herbo. Rich Slave is Dolph’s best LP to date, peaking at number four on the Billboard 200 and the top spot on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart, among others. A deluxe edition of Rich Slave made landfall earlier this year.
Press play on “Penguins” below.
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