Music Xclusives stopped by the Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles to witness Key Glock’s sold out show while on his “Yellow Tape” Tour.
Before Glock came out to a raucous audience, numerous P.R.E. artists opened up the show. Jay Fizzle, Big Moochie Grape, Joddy Badass, Snupe Bandz, Paper Route Woo, Chitana and Kenny Muney hit the stage. Muney, who recently dropped his project Time Is Muney, performed to an excited audience chanting each word. Time Is Muney debuted at the top 25 on Apple Music’s Best Albums Chart. Muney and Glock’s “Leeches” currently approaches a million views on Youtube.
Artists made numerous references to the late Young Dolph, who died last November after being shot outside a Memphis bakery. Key Glock revealed that he was taking time to cope with the tragedy. “I’m maintaining. Like, I’m not getting better, I’m not getting worse. I’m just here right now,” he said.
As a tribute to Dolph, Glock performed a bevy of hits from his Dum and Dummer album with Young Dolph. He also broke into a rendition of “100 Shots” to the crowd.
Yellow Tape 2 (Deluxe) was released on March 25 as a follow up to 2020’s Yellow Tape. P.R.E.’s joining project Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph Compilation was released in January.