Today (July 30), Young Dolph and his Paper Route Empire collective released the new compilation PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi, which sees 23 tracks and plenty of added contributions from Snupe Bandz, PaperRoute Woo, Big Moochie Grape, Kenny Muney, Joddy Badass, and more. Also joining the release is a visual for Key Glock’s “Mister Glock 2,” a sequel to the Yellow Tape standout “Mr. Glock.” Produced by BandPlay and Mannie iL, “Mister Glock 2” sees the Memphis star at his most boastful — it’s almost reminiscent of Silkk The Shocker’s 90’s classic “MR”:
“Wockhardt all in my kidneys, I’m one hustling-ass young nigga, I got racks stuffed all in my denim, I’m one money-getting-ass lil’ nigga, you know that I keep me a pistol, yeah, I stayed down and my money got bigger, now they calling my Mister, Glock, teah, yeah, Mister Shit On All His Opps, yeah, bitch, I’m Mister Flex a Lot, yeah, Mister Stack It ‘Til It Rot, yeah, Mister Don’t Care What It Cost...”
The video is mainly set around Glock and his crew in and around a beautiful Maybach SUV, showing off money, jewelry, guns, and more. He can also be found sipping on what’s presumed to be the above-rapped pharmaceutical brand while flexing even more of his financial wealth.
Back in March, Young Dolph and Key Glock dropped off the second installment of their well-received Dum and Dummer series, which sees 20 new tracks from the Memphis duo — the joint album’s predecessor made landfall in 2019. Last year, fans were able to enjoy the aforementioned Yellow Tape and Son of a Gun, two projects that — like the other bodies of work named in this write-up — are completely void of outside features, a pretty common characteristic for PRE as of late.
Enjoy “Mister Glock 2” below.