Tag-teaming trap tracks with outlandish flexes, Young Dolph & Key Glock are rap’s most in-demand twosome. Today, the Paper Route EMPIRE rappers officially announce Dum and Dummer 2, their second full-length collaborative album.
The follow-up to 2019’s Dum and Dummer, which peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200, Dum and Dummer 2 finds Dolph & Glock operating at an even higher level of craftsmanship, charisma, and luxury. The two rappers–and blood cousins–often seem like two halves of the same brain, each seamlessly picking up threads and finishing lines that the other leaves off.
Currently available for pre-order, album is home to “Case Closed,” last month’s hauntingly flex-heavy single, and Key Glock’s bombastic solo cut “I’m The Type,” as well as plenty of new highlights. Boasting artwork that slyly references MTV’s most famous duo Beavis & Butthead, Dum and Dummer 2 features several solo tracks from both Young Dolph and Key Glock interspersed with the heavy-hitting collab songs.
Featuring production from PRE’s own Bandplay, who shows off his tremendous musicality and versatility, along with beats from Memphis natives like DJ Squeaky and Sosa808, Dum and Dummer 2 hits the internet on March 26th via Paper Route EMPIRE.
“Dumb & Dumber is one of my and Glock’s favorite movies,” says Young Dolph. “We do stuff in real life that’s just like they do in that movie. We just like having fun with everything we do.”
To accompany the announcement of the album, the duo “Aspen,” a new music video and single that is icy in all senses of the word. Blessed with a deeply soulful beat from Bandplay (“that’s who I’m runnin’ up the bands with,” rhymes Dolph), complete with textured blasts of organ and twinkling keys, “Aspen” is a master class in flexing, as Dolph & Glock brag about ballin’ out in Colorado’s ritziest mountain town.
Each rapper has a blast slaloming around Bandplay’s 808s to craft their assonant boasts: “Get out my way, I’ll pop you like an Aspirin/Trap n**** on my way to Aspen/Smoke the best weed and spend millions on fashion,” spits Dolph on the hook.