Over the weekend, Key Glock officially dropped off his Yellow Tape 2 project after prepping fans for what’s to come with visuals like “Toolie” and “Ambition For Cash.” The project boasts 20 tracks and remains featureless to put his talent front and center. He keeps the momentum going by releasing the official visualizer for “Gangsta” from the project. On the track, he rides some production courtesy of Juicy J:
Straight up gangsta (Yeah), n***a you ain’t nothin’ but a wangsta/ You ain’t gotta ask me, best believe I got that banger, when you really gettin’ money sometimes shit get dangerous (Yeah)/ How the hell you screamin’, “Gang”, and you ain’t even gangsta?
These niggas say they gettin’ money, well, shit, same here (Yeah) I be poppin’ shit, man, always poppin’ shit, yeah/ I was playin’ with Hot Wheels but now I got that shit for real, take you to thе block they like, “Glock, how you quit that shit again?”/ Ballin’ on thesе n***as, I got skills (Swish)/ Yeah, I’m ballin’ on these n***as, gang keep tellin’ me to chill (Chill)
Prior to this, Young Dolph and Key Glock dropped off the second installment of their well-received Dum and Dummer series earlier this year in March, which sees 20 new tracks from the Memphis duo. Add to that, they’ve also blessed their fans with top quality visuals for “I’m The Type,” “Aspen,” “Sleep With The Roaches,” “Penguins,” “Rain Rain,” and “Move Around.”
Glock connected with Dolph back in 2019 for the original Dum and Dummer, a body of work that became his best to date — it landed at the number eight spot of the aforementioned Billboard chart thanks to 45,000 album equivalent units sold. A year later, Glock liberated the mixtapes Yellow Tape and Son of a Gun, two projects that confirmed his talents as a bonafide talent in his own right.
Be sure to press play on Key Glock’s brand new “Gangsta” music video down below.