Key Glock‘s album, YELLOWtape, has been recently released today. As being apart of Paper Route Empire with Young Dolph, he consistently shows why he is the young Glock straight out of Memphis. As he rides solo with this project, he wants you to take a dive into his humble flow with the inspirations of Three Six Mafia. When listening to the album, “Mr. Glock” you will see more bouncy and edge with the tape. We have caught up with Glock and discussed the meaning of the name of the album name, “Look At They Face” concept of the visual and more.
RESPECT.: Why did you pick the name “YELLOWtape?”
When you see yellow tape, what do you see? Caution or there always something going on or about to happen.
RESPECT.: What will be the difference from your previous project, ‘Glockoma,’ to ‘YELLOWtape?’
I got different sounds on it by remaining humbled for more growth.
RESPECT.: With you directing the visual to “Look At They Face,” we get to see your funny side of the visual. What made you direct this film? What did you want it to personify?
Haha.. Eddie Murphy made me want to do it. He had given me the idea for that song. I wanted to try it out, and it turned out major.
RESPECT.: With the album cover being so hard, what was your motive in shooting that image? Is your favorite color yellow?
My great grandmother favorite color is yellow. It is crazy that I named the tape before she died because I already had set up. It is a rememberance of her. My jewelry and cars are yellow.
RESPECT.: With the tour being on the way soon, what can we expect from you and Dolph?
It will go wild, and we are going to turn up. It will be more interaction. I will, also, perform some new tracks off the album because the fans will be demanding it.
RESPECT.: “Biig Boyy!” I heard a 3 6 Mafia sample. Are they one of your inspirations to do the track?
Yes because of my beats and how I flow. I’m so aggressive on the track because of them.
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