Whether he's standing on homeland soil or biding his time in the pen, Ralo's kingpin status remains intact. As such, the code must be preserved accordingly. As such, Ralo and YFN Lucci have united to deliver "Bosses Make Sure," the lead single off Ralo's forthcoming Conspiracy album. Though self-worth is of utmost value, a boss must look after the entire circle; as Lucci puts it, "a boss is one who guarantees we gonna eat." Having previously bought his mother and sister brand new cars, Ralo can attest to such a fact.
Though the rapper is currently serving jail time, his spirits and hustle are stronger than ever. In fact, being inside has given him a deeper insight into those wronged by the system. "There are a lot of people locked up in this system, they made mistakes or were in the wrong place with the wrong people," explains Ralo. "We need to hurry up and pass these laws so that families can be back together and men can get back to being with their families. I miss my children and I want to see men get back to praying and taking care of their families."
"The system affects black men more than any other population," he continues. "I feel a lot wiser, I feel like a stronger and better man." Perhaps that's why he can deliver a boss doctrine with authenticity. Be sure to support Ralo's latest single, and keep an eye out for Ralo's Conspiracy, dropping on October 12th.
Never let em steal your ambition
And we all thankful we livin'
Everybody want to be a boss, everybody don't listen
As a child I was taught you gotta pay attention