Key Glock directly addresses the 2021 murder of his cousin and collaborator Young Dolph in a new song.

The track, titled “Proud,” appears on the upcoming Dolph tribute compilation Long Live Dolph, which is out Friday via Paper Route Empire. In the track, which was previewed via Glock’s Instagram Stories earlier this week, the Yellow Tape 2 artist (and Dolph protégé) lyrically reflects on feeling “really lost inside” following Dolph’s death.

“I got Dolph lookin’ down on me, I know that n***a proud,” Glock raps at one point in the new song, available to stream below via Spotify. Up top, catch the track’s official video.

Glock’s touching tribute is joined on the Long Live Dolph compilation by by tracks from Snupe Bandz and Kenny Muney, among others. See the official cover art below.

The cover art for 'Long Live Dolph' is pictured
Image via Publicist

And here’s the full tracklist:

  1. Jay Fizzle – “Long Live Dolph”
  2. Kenny Muney – “Role Model”
  3. Big Moochie Grape – “In Dolph We Trust”
  4. Key Glock – “Proud”
  5. PRE Woo – “Fully Equipt”
  6. Joddy f/ Snupe Bandz – “I Like”
  7. CHITANA f/ Young Dolph – “Love For Me”
  8. Snupe Bandz – “I Know Why”

Also on Tuesday, PRE announced a posthumous album from Dolph—who was fatally shot in Memphis last November—is on the way. The album is titled Paper Route Frank and is set to arrive at some point this year.

Back in November, Glock reflected on Dolph’s passing in a since-removed Instagram post, calling his Dum and Dummer collaborator “my lefthand man, my brother, my cousin, my mentor, and drank partner.” That same month, Glock honored Dolph with a new tattoo.