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Ralo Is "The Dopeman" on New Song Featuring YFN Lucci

With Ralo dropping Famerican Gangster 2 on Feb. 12 — his twenty second birthday — the Atlanta rapper provides fans an additional monitor off the undertaking with “The Dopeman” that includes YFL Lucci.

The new history, which is created by Zaytoven, finds Ralo rapping about getting the gentleman in his town. The street banger is aided by a stellar hook by Lucci, who’s been a promising artist in the South for the previous several years now.

“YFN Lucci is a quite close buddy to me,” Ralo tells XXL.” We have one of the ideal bonds in the entire world. He started out rapping virtually a 12 months ahead of me so I form of followed driving him a bit. He is one of the only rappers that I know in my coronary heart will in no way loathe on me. I’ll in no way slander his title in no way. Lucci came to Patchwerk studio with me one day and said I acquired a hook I manufactured just for you. He said you gon’ enjoy this one. At the time he played it I understood it was for me all day.”

He provides, “I like to operate with producers on the appear up simply because they’re hungry and I can definitely see their artwork. In my viewpoint, the moment folks make it to selected level they ignore the place they came from. Zaytoven is one of the several big producers who’s generally supported me and in no way switched up. 2017 will be a fantastic 12 months for me. I will continue to fall more initiatives: Diary of the Streets three will be a classic and I’m generally creating sure my following undertaking is greater than the previous.”

“The Dopeman” is the forth launch off Famerican Gangster 2 and follows up “They Can not End Us” that includes Gucci Mane, “Young Nigga” that includes Young Thug, Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert and “I Hope I Don’t Jam” that includes 21 Savage and Shy Glizzy.

Ralo released Diary of the Streets 2 previous slide and has been creating information in excess of the previous several months with a flurry of new tunes plus his beef with Loaded Homie Quan, his homeless problem, and his modern car accidents.

Bump “The Dopeman” over.

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