A Collaborative Tape
Young Dolph and Key Glock
Being an avid Young Dolph listener and a recent Key Glock fan, it seemed like a great idea to put them together on the same album. They both deliver generally the same message (Money and Loyalty are everything), and both live the lavish lifestyle. They are a great compliment to each other and it’s evident on the album. Songs that didn’t necessarily fit Key the best, Dolph often did fantastic on, and vice versa. Songs like “Baby Joker”, “If I Ever”, and “Summo’” were heavily Dolph-dominated, while “Like Key”, and “Cutthroat Committee” were more focused on Key Glock.
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Looking at this album from an enjoyment standpoint, I loved it very much. The goal for artists like this is to put the listener in their place and let them experience the lifestyle you say you live. That’s exactly what they accomplished. I believed the talk about the millions of dollars they spend on the diamonds and cars they adore. I believe them when they talked about “flexing on their ex’s” in public, and I believe that they came from nothing and made it here. While I haven’t heard much of Key Glock aside from a few singles, this is a great starting point for me to go back and listen to all his older projects to see if this is someone I’d be interested in.