Young Dolph and Key Glock hit the strip club for “Penguins” visual

Today Young Dolph and Key Glock unveil the second part of their Dum and Dummer series, in which 20 new cuts by the duo Paper Route Empire can be seen. The new work includes a picture for the opening track “Penguins”, a work produced by BandPlay that quickly sets the tone with standards for money, women and success:

“Yeah, that nigga is frozen, um, yellow diamonds on me, but everything’s still fine. Some rappers don’t like me because I fucked them … /

Yes there is a big difference between me and you. I can show you how to play ball and how to shoot. “

Directed by 2 Brothers, the clip begins with Dolph and Glock bending their jewelry and whips at a gas station. The Memphis stars end up in a strip club – something many of us haven’t been able to enjoy since the pandemic a year ago.

The predecessor of Dum and Dummer 2 – Dum and Dummer – was released in 2019 and contained 22 tracks. The project proved a success for Paper Route Empire, reaching eighth place on the Billboard 200 with 45,000 album equivalents sold in the first week.

In 2020, both Dolph and Glock were busy – Glock dropped two full-length projects in January and May, respectively, Yellow Tape and Son of a Gun. Meanwhile, in August, Dolph unveiled his latest project, Rich Slave, a 16-song album that collaborated alongside Glock, Megan Thee Stallion, Juicy J and G Herbo. Rich Slave is Dolph’s best LP to date and ranks fourth on the Billboard 200 and, among other things, first on the Billboard Independent Albums list. A deluxe edition of Rich Slave landed earlier this year.

At the bottom of Penguins, press the play button.

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