Rising Memphis rapper Key Glock further honed in on his articulate southern hip-hop sound last year with his collaborative Dum and Dummer mixtape alongside Young Dolph. This year he’s seeking to do the same, prepping the release of his forthcoming Yellow Tape project with the release of a new single and video titled “Look At They Face.”
Dropping the single last Friday, the artist released a music video for the track yesterday, which sees the rapper going around his neighborhood, showcasing how various characters (played by himself) change their attitude towards him after finding success. Sonically, the track boasts a bass-heavy instrumental, whereby Glock carries forth his double-time flow with lyrics that exemplify his come up: “Yeah I heard them n***as hating ’cause I’m up now/I’ve been makin’ plays all day, I touch down/I remember them days I used to pray for a buss down/Now look at they face, look at they face, yeah they all hush now.”
You can watch the visual for “Look At They Face” above.
For more related releases, Young Dolph recently dropped a trippy CGI-heavy visual for “Juicy.”