One week after reconnecting with Young Dolph for the official music video in support of their Dum and Dummer collaboration “Back to Back,” Key Glock revisits the aforementioned joint LP for another new visual. Specifically, the young Memphis rapper is serving up a new vignette for one of his Dum and Dummer solo records, the Bandplay-produced “Monster.” “Monster” was one of 22 songs that made up Dum and Dummer, and its visual component was put together by director IThinkEthan.
“By signing with Paper Route Empire, I knew what I wanted to do. I can do what I want to do, as far as, recording and putting music out to my fans,” Key Glock told Respect earlier this year, opening up about his relationship with his Dum and Dummer cohort and labelmate Young Dolph. “Dolph has given me a chance, and I spoke it into existence, by being signed with Paper Route Empire. We are all a family and our own men.”
“All these cameras flashin’ and my diamonds dancin’ / I came out the slums, I’m the one that made it happen,” Key Glock raps during the beginning of his first “Monster” verse. “Now I’m gettin’ back ends, I used to get them bags in . Came out the trenches, now a n***a livin’ lavish / I’m finna buy a mansion and turn it to my palace / Bitch, I’m cold as Aspen, I’ll pop you like an aspirin.”
You can take a look at Key Glock’s new music video for “Monster” above.
For more, revisit Young Dolph and Key Glock’s visual for Dum and Dummer‘s title track.