Crashing charts and cashing checks, Young Dolph and Key Glock are Southern rap’s most dynamic duo. Connecting over a hypnotic Bandplay beat, Dolph and Glock share “Green Light,” a new music video.
An addition from the Deluxe Edition of Dolph’s album Rich Slave, “Green Light” is an ultra-smooth smack talker, offering both emcees the opportunity to sneer at the opposition with boss-life bars and witty punchlines: “It’s a bird, it’s a plane, nah, that’s Glock with your main b*tch/I be makin’ plays on top of plays like I ain’t rich,” spits Glock. In the video, directed by Dolph himself under his Paper Route Pictures moniker, Dolph and Glock rock designer on a Memphis city bus, as they hand out wads of cash to their fellow passengers before getting off at a corner to greet some adoring fans.
“Green Light” follows Dolph’s video for “To Be Honest,” which features cameo appearances from NFL legend Deion Sanders and his son Shadeur.