Young Dolph and Key Glock continue to deliver dope videos from their latest joint effort Dum and Dummer 2. The latest is for Glock’s solo offering “Move Around,” a Deedot Will, ADHD, and PVLACE-produced cut that sees the Memphis star sending a message to any who waste his time with trivial matters:
“If I can’t get you, nigga, I’ma get your mans, yeah, hood rich nigga, might spin the block up in the Lamb’, I’m from South Memphis, but it’s like Afghanistan, yeah, I’m ten toes down, fuck around, get put in the ground, yeah, just had a talk with fam’, we still ain’t fuckin’ with you clowns, nah, nigga, I got racks on racks on racks, this shit keep pilin’, yeah, if you ain’t talking ‘bout no racks on racks, then move around/”
The accompanying clip for “Move Around” keeps things straight and to the point — Key Glock and an associate are seen dressed to the nines, rocking fancy jewelry, and other wise just staying posted up with Glock’s bright yellow Lamborghini Urus nearby. All-in-all, Glock is showing that his boastful bars are anything but fiction.
Dum and Dummer 2 made landfall last month with a healthy 20 tracks, and has since spawned videos for standout cuts like “Aspen,” “RAIN RAIN,” “Penguins,” “Sleep With The Roaches,” and “Dummest & The Dummest.” As with its 2018 predecessor, Dum and Dummer 2 landed at the number eight spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 36,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The relatively new release also follows Glock’s solo drops Yellow Tape and Son of a Gun, both of which were released in 2020 and saw relative success within the top 40 of the aforementioned Billboard chart.
Press play on Key Glock’s “Move Around” video below.