'Forgive Me' appears on the 25-year-old rapper's latest EP called 'PRE5L', which arrived on November 17, exactly one year after his cousin Young Dolph was gunned down at a Memphis, Tennessee cookie store.

AceShowbiz - Key Glock has treated fans to a music video for "Forgive Me". Released on Monday, December 12, the clip shows the Memphis-born artist dressing as a nun while rapping his reflective bars in a church.

"Lord forgive me for my sins, I'm 'bout to kill these f**k n***as once again/ Left, jumped off the porch, no pad, no pen, yeah, all I really had was a stick on my hip (Yeah)," he spits. "Stick on my hip, I put it on him (Yeah), I put it on him and I put it on you (Yeah)/ Matter of fact, I put it on the whole crew (Baow), these n***as big cap, like Dr. Seuss/ Yeah, big MAC back and it fled like a cruise, I be chasin' them racks like duck, duck, goose (Phew, phew)."

"Forgive Me" appears on Glock's latest EP called "PRE5L". Before dropping the EP on November 17, the emcee divulged that he didn't plan to drop it this year, but he's convinced that fans will love it. "I wasn't gonna drop a tape this year BUT F**K THAT!" he penned at that time. "This five-song EP bout to be harder than all that bs n***as been dropping lately."

The 5-track set arrived exactly one year after Glock's cousin, Young Dolph, was gunned down at a Memphis, Tennessee cookie store. In March this year, the "Ambition For Cash" spitter said that he was considering becoming an actor because "music don't hit da same" in the wake of Dolph's death.

Glock, whose real name is Markeyvius LaShun Cathey, made the revelation on his Twitter page. "Finna go to acting school…doing music don't hit da same for me anymore," he tweeted at that time.

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