With his nimble flow and his punchlines that crash with thudding force, Key Glock was born to rap. Chronicling his history of flexing, Glock shares “Son Of A Gun”, his new video. Over Bandplay‘s flurry of classical violins and thumping 808s, Glock lays down his case for rap supremacy over an uninterrupted verse. In the video, directed by Michael Artis, Glock rocks the mic in a spare room, with only the company of two bad violinists, as he flexes atop rose petals and in front of his own childhood photos. “Son Of A Gun” is the first video from Son Of A Gun, his new mixtape, which debuted at #37 on the Billboard 200.
Stacking flex after flex with wit and panache, Son Of A Gun finds Key Glock in rare form, methodically laying out his case for rap supremacy over the tape’s 15 tracks. Continuing Glock’s tradition of shouldering every track without features, Son Of A Gun boasts highlights like the noirish, flow-shifting “Come Thru”, the percolating, Spanish guitar-laden “Money Talk”, and Glock’s revealing mission statement “Rich Blessed N Savage”. The follow-up to January’s successful Yellow Tape, Son Of A Gun is available to stream everywhere via Paper Route EMPIRE.