Taking over the rap game with their blunt force lyricism and unrelenting freshness, Young Dolph and Key Glock set a new gold standard for independent rappers. Today, Dolph and Glock drop “Water On Water On Water,“ an epic new video packed with exotic locations and special effects. Echoing the unlimited-budget rap videos that dominated MTV in the early 2000s, the video, premiered by The FADER, finds Dolph & Glock taking a troupe of models to a shark-filled tank, racing camo-wrapped sports cars through desert plains, and bringing a zebra to a mansion party.
“The vibe of the video is hard,” Dolph tells The FADER. “The chorus, ‘Came outside today / water on water on water’ is like I’m saying ‘I came outside and flexed millions of dollars of jewelry.’ I told the director that I needed to include these things in the video: a big water scene, all of my cars, so we made sure the new G-Wagon was in there, and I wanted a zebra in it. And I’ve always got to highlight beautiful dark-skinned women. We filmed it a while ago but with all the special effects, it took a while to get it just right.”
A skeletal, bass-heavy banger produced by Bandplay, “Water On Water On Water” is an ideal canvas for both emcees to showcase their outsized personalities and even bigger bankroll. “Water On Water On Water” is the latest video single from their Dum & Dummer collab album.
“It’s one of my favorite songs off the tape,” continues Dolph, “and it’s also one of our fans’ favorite songs and we can’t wait for everyone else to see it.”