Key Glock might be done with music. The Paper Route Empire lyricist took to Twitter on Thursday (March 3) and admitted he’s trying to pursue a new career in acting.

“Finna go to acting school…doing music don’t hit da same for me anymore,” Glizock tweeted out. Fans in the comments theorized that Young Dolph’s passing last November could have negatively impacted Glock’s motivation.

Glock was visibly heartbroken once he learned of his cousin’s passing, taking a breather from music and social media before returning with a heartfelt new track in January titled “Proud.”

“I lost my dog, I lost my mind, no lie, I’m really lost inside/I can get it back in blood, but still, I can’t get back the time/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 raps in the opening verse.


While he’s saying he might be done with music, Glock is still planning to hit the road this spring. 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. From there, Glock will move through Washington D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Arizona and many more cities before closing out the tour in Orlando, Florida.