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: “I’ve been gettin’ paper, paper (Racks)/Made a whole M without a motherf*ckin’ major label, yeah (Racks)/They like, ‘Glock, you major’/I just set a new set of fours on a new Mercedes, uh (Yeah).”
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.
Watch the video above.