After dropping off visuals for “Look at They Face,” “Mr. Glock,” and “I’m Just Sayin” earlier this week, Memphis rapper Key Glock has now released his latest mixtape, Yellow Tape. The project marks his first solo release since 2018’s wildly-titled Glockoma, which was followed by his collaborative project alongside Young Dolph last year, Dum & Dummer.
Chock-full of references to Three 6 Mafia‘s horrorcore sound, Yellow Tape continues to display Key Glock’s penchant for trap music. He offloads blunt flows and brawling bars throughout the 16-track effort, rapping about his archetypal street antics through his Southern drawl. Production-wise, Key doesn’t shy away from tapping into some of trap’s most forward-thinking production talent. Kenny Beats provides a menacingly-dark sound for “Loaded,” with other tracks featuring the likes of RamyOnTheBeat, LDG Beats, Will-A-Fool, Bandplay, and more.
You can stream Key Glock’s Yellow Tape below.
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