Over the last several months, Key Glock has been going through some very emotional times. This is due to the loss of his close friend and Paper Route Empire label mate, Young Dolph. Dolph was shot and killed in their hometown of Memphis, in November.
Glock has still been keeping Dolph’s name alive, and is working on new music. He and the PRE label released their ”Long Live Dolph” album last month, as it was led by Glock’s “Proud” single. Now, Glock is going on tour, this spring.
Glock’s “Yellow Tape Tour” will kick off on April 4, in Atlanta. 33 shows will be available in total, as the tour will conclude on May 20, in Orlando. This tour is also in collaboration with Sirius XM and Hip-Hop Nation. Tickets will be available to the public on February 11. Presale tickets start on February 9, through Spotify.
Glock has released two “Yellow Tape” albums, since 2020. The sequel was released last November, as it contained 20 songs. Glock has become a fan-favorite over the last four years, as he also collaborated with Dolph on the “Dum and Dummer” albums.