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Key Glock Drops Visuals For “I Be”



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Key Glock in his new video for “I Be”

Key Glock recently wrapped up his European leg of The Yellow Tape Tour on Tuesday (July 19). The Memphis-bred rapper got straight back in his bag with “I Be,” the latest video from his recent project, Yellow Tape 2 (Deluxe). The standout track became the  most streamed track from Yellow Tape 2 (Deluxe) with 15 million streams. It also delivers Glock’s infectious modus operandi: “Yeah, I’m all about my money, baby, I get money, baby/Yeah, my chopper hold a hundred, my car go two hundred, baby.”

Directed by James Bahman, the video for “I Be” finds Glock taking part in a high-stakes card game, examining his hand through clear-framed glasses which make the statement that he doesn’t do poker faces. As the pile of cash on the table grows with each turn, Glock sits back and smiles while his opponents smoke their stogies and scratch their heads. At the end of the hand, Glock reveals his cards and reels in the jackpot, which he delivers to his team of money counting, lingerie-clad baddies in the backroom. Though his padded pockets leave no room for hidden cards, Glock always keeps an ace in the hole.

Key Glock earned his first solo entrance into the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 with Yellow Tape 2.  The 20-track project racked up over 137 million streams on Spotify. Glock had no features on the project. Glock’s track in  January, “Proud,” paid tribute to his cousin, mentor, and friend, Young Dolph. The track went on to earn over 4 million views in its first three days and was featured on the recent compilation album, Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph, where Glock appeared alongside his fellow PRE labelmates. The track made a second appearance on Yellow Tape 2 (Deluxe).

Stay tuned to see what’s next from Key Glock and Paper Route Empire as the summer rolls on!

Yellow Tape 2 (Deluxe) Tracklist:


  1. Grammys
  2. No Cap Rap
  3. No Choice
  4. I Be
  5. Gucci & Dolph
  6. Play For Keeps
  7. Proud
  8. Pain Killers
  9. GMFB
  10. No Love
  11. Something Bout Me
  12. Channel 5
  13. Bill Gates
  14. !!! (Don’t Know Who To Trust)
  15. Juicemane
  16. Tony
  17. Ambition For Cash
  18. Ya Feel Me
  19. Can’t Switch
  20. The 1
  21. Quarterback
  22. Da Truth
  23. Check This Out
  24. From The Bottom
  25. Luv a Thug
  26. Understood
  27. Eve
  28. Toolie
  29. U & I Know
  30. Gangsta