After mourning the loss of his cousin and mentor Young Dolph, Key Glock announced on Tuesday (February 8) he is finally getting on the road for his first-ever solo tour.

The “SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation Presents: The Yellow Tape Tour” will span 33 dates and is set to kick off on April 4th in Atlanta. Glock will then hit Washington D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Arizona and many more before closing out the tour in Orlando, Florida.

Tickets for “The Yellow Tape Tour” will go on sale on Friday (February 11).

The tour announcement comes after the Paper Route signee released his first new piece of music since Young Dolph’s passing. In January, Glock shared the song “Proud,” where he directly spoke on the loss and how he’s coping.

“I lost my dog, I lost my man, won’t lie, I’m really lost inside/I can get it back in blood but still, I can’t get back the time/And fuck that humble shit, let’s go, you know I’m spazzin’ out ’bout mine/I got Dolph lookin’ down on me, I know that n-gga proud,” Glock rapped.

Young Dolph was shot and killed outside Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in South Memphis on November 17. Three men have since been arrested for his murder.

Young Dolph originally signed Key Glock to Paper Route Empire in 2017, and they teamed up to release two collab projects as part of the Dum & Dummer series in 2019 and 2021. Glock will reportedly play songs from both collaborative albums while on tour.

Check out the full list of dates above, and check out the video for “Proud” below.