Check out Ralo's new video for "Chiraqistan" featuring Lil Durk.
Fast-rising ATL rapper Ralo has been having himself a pretty monster year in 2017. From dropping off Famerican Gangster 2 back in February to signing a new deal with Gucci Mane’s Eskimo Records, Ralo has been making all the right moves to put himself in the position to find success.
Back in July, he capitalized off his momentum by dropping off a new 11 track mixtape called Ralo LaFlare, which was appropriately hosted by Gucci Mane & featured guest appearances from Lil Durk, Young Dolph, Fetty Wap, OJ Da Juiceman, and more. (That tracklist alone should make you want to listen)
Since then however, Ralo has been busy rolling out new music videos in its support, and thankfully for us he doesn’t look to be slowing up anytime soon either. After sharing “Never Going Broke” with Young Dolph, “I Know It” & “Ralo Back Intro” recently, the ATL rapper decides to return to the scene today & share another video for his track “Chiraqistan” featuring Lil Durk.
Directed by Joe Moore, the video finds Ralo and Durk posted up outside some abandoned, boarded up projects with vests on, showing off their guns and mobbin’ with the homies backing them up. It’s pretty much a heavy streets personified visual to say the least. Check out the video (above) and let us know what you think.
For those hoping for some new music from Ralo soon are in luck. Just the other day Ralo announced on Instagram that he plans on releasing a new mixtape next month, but for now he’s taking care of daddy duties. No word when that tape will be arriving, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted when we find out. In the meantime, revisit his Ralo LaFlare project right here to hold you over and show your support on iTunes.