The Memphis Duo is back with another music video
Young Dolph and Key Glock have the charisma of rock stars and an appetite to match. Taking their taste for the finer things across the Atlantic, the Paper Route EMPIRE heavy-hitters share “1 Hell Of A Life,” their new video. The new clip finds Dolph & Glock living large in Amsterdam, kicking it with models and enjoying a scenic ride through the city’s canals. The video features a prominent cameo from producer Bandplay, who lays down the song’s entrancing guitar riff without breaking a sweat. “1 Hell Of A Life” is a highlight track from Dum & Dummer, the Billboard Top 10-peaking 2019 joint album from the two Memphis-born artists.
“1 Hell Of A Life” arrives as the two rappers approach the home stretch of their nationwide “Young Dolph x Key Glock: No Rules Tour.” Presented by SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation, the tour makes imminent stops at TLA in Philadelphia on March 5th, Sony Hall in NYC on March 6th, St. Andrews in Detroit on March 8th, and Vic Theater in Chicago on March 15th, before wrapping up with a stop in Des Moines on March 19th. The tour will feature performances of Dum & Dummer tracks, as well as solo tracks from both rappers. Tickets for the “No Rules Tour” are available to purchase on Young Dolph’s website.
Key Glock: Yellow Tape
Earlier this year, Key Glock shared Yellow Tape, his latest project. Packed with larger-than-life punchlines over beats by the likes of Kenny Beats, PRE’s own Bandplay, and more. Yellow Tape finds Glock in attack mode, methodically making a case for his rap supremacy: “Knock off your feet and put you on a t-shirt,” warns Glock on saxophone-driven highlight “Word On The Street.” The project features standout singles like the speaker-knocking “Look At They Face” (12 million combined streams on YouTube and Spotify), the suave “Mr. Glock,” and the sinister “I’m Just Sayin’.” Most recently, Glock shared the NYC-set video for album intro “1997” (2 million views). Yellow Tape is available to stream everywhere via Paper Route EMPIRE.
Edited by Julian MG