1017’s head honcho Gucci Mane has made it clear that his presence in the game is a gift — touting a decades long track record with relentless releases and impeccable consistency.
Now paying homage to the late Memphis legend Young Dolph with “Blood All On It,” Guwop treats fans to another banger with his long-time collaborator and friend. Dolph’s right-hand man, Key Glock, delivers on the track as well, showcasing unmistakable chemistry between the trio.
“Took the motor out a ‘Vette put it in a Chevelle (Switch it up)
Do my dirt all by myself ’cause these niggas gon’ tell (I swear)
She look like God sent her from Heaven but she fine as hell (Bad)
I’m sendin’ strong to five states, man, I just broke my scale (Uh)”You g Dolph — “Blood All On It” by Gucci Mane
Wop, Dolph and Glock flex their blood money as each delivers a punchline-heavy testament to self-made wealth. Visuals for the track use old clips of Dolph, as Key Glock and Gucci hang out in a private hangar with an assortment of jets and luxury cars.
Gucci has been on fire recently, with his NBA YoungBoy diss “Publicity Stunt” overtaking YB’s track “I Hate YoungBoy” on l YouTube’s Trending page. YoungBoy originally sent shots at Wop over the popularity of his Lil Durk-assisted single “Rumors,” only drawing more attention to Gucci’s recent success.
Key Glock has been equally busy with the deluxe of his 2021 album Yellow Tape 2 coming out last month (March 2022).
Since Dolph’s passing, respect for the fallen rapper has been pouring in from friends, signees and peers. His label, Paper Route Empire, paid their respects last year in the form of a compilation project titled Long Live Young Dolph with features from all of his signees.
As two of Young Dolph’s closest collaborators, it is heartwarming to see Key Glock and Gucci Mane holding it down to keep his legacy alive.
Check out ‘Blood All On It’ by Gucci Mane, Young Dolph and Key Glock below!