Back in March, Young Dolph and Key Glock returned to the proverbial fold with Dum and Dummer 2, the official sequel to 2019’s Dum and Dummer that saw 20 hard-hitting cuts for their fans to enjoy. This week, the Memphis duo reveal a new visual from the project for “A Goat & A Dolphin,” a CLDHRT and BandPlay-produced offering that keeps with the boastful bars that Dolph and Glock are well-known for:
“Still on that gang shit, no lame shit, no, I can’t trust a thot, I’m paper chasin’, my bank big, you can tell just by these rocks, you know I pop shit, I talk shit, ‘cause I gets a lot of guap, you know my neck and wrist is real water, yeah, Alkaline and Voss, uh, money, money, money gettin’ taller and these choppas we got is the largest/”
The visual keeps things fairly simple and to the point, with Dolph and Glock in an open space with a painting of a goat and dolphin hybrid, all while smoking a blunt with a dancer in tow. Elsewhere, they perform their verses with stacks of money in hand while in a red-lit room.
“A Goat & A Dolphin” follows visuals from Dum and Dummer 2 for “I Can Show You,” “Move Around,” “RAIN RAIN,” “Sleep With The Roaches,” “I’m The Type,” and “Aspen.” Hopefully, the continued releases aren’t just part of Dolph and Glock’s still ongoing promo run, and is also a sign that — as REVOLT previously reported — Dolph is reneging on his last retirement announcement:
Press play on Young Dolph and Key Glock’s “A Goat & A Dolphin” video below.