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Key Glock’s New Song ‘Proud’ Pay Tributes to Young Dolph

The track will be on the Young Dolph homage compilation ‘Long Live Dolph,’ out this Friday.

In a brand new song and video titled “Proud,” Key Glock pays homage to his cousin and frequent collaborator Young Dolph just weeks after the Memphis legend was murdered.

The song, which will appear on the upcoming tribute compilation Long Live Dolph, and its visual counterpart, reflects on Glock feeling “really lost” following Dolph’s death.

RELATED: Young Dolph’s Legacy Stretches Far Beyond Music

“I got Dolph lookin’ down on me, I know that n**** proud,” Glock raps in the new song. In the video, he can be seen rapping a performance scene in front of a Young Dolph mural constructed in Memphis. There are also cutaways of Glock and Dolph talking, as well as a drive-by shot of Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies, the location where Dolph was prior to being shot and killed by two masked assailants.

Long Live Dolph is slated for release on Friday (Jan. 21) via Paper Route Empire. Glock will be joined on the project by fellow label artists Snupe Bandz and Kenny Muney, among others.

See the tracklist and album artwork below.

  1. Jay Fizzle – “Long Live Dolph”
  2. Kenny Muney – “Role Model”
  3. Big Moochie Grape – “In Dolph We Trust”
  4. Key Glock – “Proud”
  5. PRE Woo – “Fully Equipt”
  6. Joddy f/ Snupe Bandz – “I Like”
  7. CHITANA ft. Young Dolph – “Love For Me”
  8. Snupe Bandz – “I Know Why”

Audible Treats

Paper Route Empire also announced a posthumous album will be coming from Young Dolph. Titled Paper Route Frank, the project is slated for a release sometime in 2022, so be on the lookout.

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