Young Dolph and Key Glock bring the No Rules Tour to Philly’s TLA
Young Dolph and Key Glocks No Rules tour kicked off with a few opening djs to warm up the crowd DJ Aye Boogie got the momentum going by playing phillys anthem by Meek Mill “Dreams & Nightmares” intro as everyone had their lighters lit, Theater of Living Arts began to fill up and come alive. This tour brought out a nice crowd there were fans from Delaware, New Jersey and even New York there to enjoy the show. The few opening acts to accompany the tour were Primo Sinatra a Philadelphia artist and artist from Young Dolphs label Paper Route empire including Big Moochie Grape who got the crowd active when he hopped in the pit and started turning up with the fans and even dancing with some of the females his energy was high level.
As the TLA started to reach capacity the crowd and energy became more excited as they waited for Young Dolph and Key Glock to hit the stage. Moments later the curtains dropped and out came Key Glock to perform a few of his hit tracks from his album Glockoma and Glock Bond including “Russsian Cream” and “Bottom of the pot”. By this time all phones were out and full attention was on the stage as their dancers hit their acrobatic tricks while Key Glock performed. After a few more solo tracks Young dolph hit the stage wearing a Memphis crew neck and hat to match to join Key Glock to perform songs from there joined album “Dum and Dummer”.
Dolph then ended the show with some words to the crowd following with hits from his various albums including songs “100 shots” “kush on the yacht” “Drippy”. At this point it was a full blown party in the TLA with everyone enjoying themselves and taking videos as the show came to close. Young Dolph and Key Glock showed why they are in their own lane and will definitely be around for the long run as the Memphis artist have a significant sound of their own.