Ralo Feat. Young Scooter "Speaks" Video

Posted by , Apr 19, 2016 at 12:07pm

HNHH PREMIERE: Ralo tells his come-up story with the help of Young Scooter in the video to "Speaks" (produced by Nard & B).


Young Scooter is known for his affiliation with Future's Freebandz, though he's also spearheaded his own influential movement with Black Migo Gang. Ralo is a new face who looks to embark on a similar path, as a member of Young Thug's YSL but also the head of his own brand at Famerica. Both ATL rappers recently hooked up on the Nard & B-produced "Speaks," which appeared on Ralo's Diary of the Streets mixtape, released in November. 

HNHH is pleased to premiere the new video to "Speaks," which goes down in Ralo's trap house stomping grounds as well as in front of the bright lights of Atlanta's nighttime skyline, as Ralo tells us, "I ain't gotta sell another motherfuckin' brick again in my motherfuckin' life." Ralo has earned a reputation for rapping in a way that makes Young Thug sound like Lil Bibby, but what really sets him apart is his ability to spit authentic street stories amid frenzied bursts of freestyling. 

Check out Diary of the Streets here

HNHH PREMIERE: Ralo tells his come-up story with the help of Young Scooter in the video to "Speaks" (produced by Nard & B).

Young Scooter is known for his affiliation with Future's Freebandz, though he's also spearheaded his own influential movement with Black Migo Gang. Ralo is a new face who looks to embark on a similar path, as a member of Young Thug's YSL but also the head of his own brand at Famerica. Both ATL rappers recently hooked up on the Nard & B-produced "Speaks," which appeared on Ralo's Diary of the Streets mixtape, released in November. 

HNHH is pleased to premiere the new video to "Speaks," which goes down in Ralo's trap house stomping grounds as well as in front of the bright lights of Atlanta's nighttime skyline, as Ralo tells us, "I ain't gotta sell another motherfuckin' brick again in my motherfuckin' life." Ralo has earned a reputation for rapping in a way that makes Young Thug sound like Lil Bibby, but what really sets him apart is his ability to spit authentic street stories amid frenzied bursts of freestyling. 

Check out Diary of the Streets here

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