Dripping with confidence and delivering outlandish bars with a knowing smirk, Paper Route EMPIRE standout Key Glock is one of rap music’s most exciting new voices. 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.
Shouldering the 16-track without need for features, Glock branches out on Yellow Tape, digging into his origin story on intro track “1997,” experimenting with auto-tune on “Crash,” and demolishing stuttering samples from Kenny Beats on “Loaded.” The new project gives a home to standout singles like the speaker-knocking “Look At They Face” (5 million combined streams on YouTube and Spotify), the suave “Mr. Glock,” and the sinister “I’m Just Sayin’.”
Yellow Tape is the follow-up to last year’s Dum & Dummer, Key Glock’s hit collaborative album with PRE head honcho Young Dolph who Key Glock will be joining on a nationwide “Sirius XM Presents: The No Rules Tour” kicking off on February 5th and featuring solo sets from both rappers as well as joint performances of tracks from Dum & Dummer.