Key Glock Does The Right Thing in “Spike Lee” Video
The cinematic clip for “Spike Lee” places Key Glock in the director’s chair as he adds his own unique touch to two of the titular auteur’s most iconic films: He Got Game (1998) and Do The Right Thing (1989). For the basketball-focused former, Glock appears as both an actor and director, shouting instructions from the director’s chair as his double crosses up defenders on the court. In the latter, Glock transports the iconic New York-based film to the west coast–he floats past some of the film’s most iconic scenes and characters, including The Mayor, Mother Sister, and Buggin’ Out, and reaffirms the universality of the film’s message.
“Spike Lee” is a highlight from PRE5L, Glock’s new EP, released on #DolphDay in November. The five-track project paints a way forward for the legendary Memphis label, as the 25-year-old rapper shows his determination to lead Paper Route Empire into a bright future. Watch the video below: