HNHH PREMIERE: Ralo revisits his younger days in Tha Bluff in the powerful new "It's Never Too Late" video.
In addition to the latest "Famerican Tuesdays" release -- the "OCKTOBER" episode of his documentary series -- Ralo has come through with one more exclusive to cap off the week. He's making good on his commitment to drop a video to just about every track on his latest mixtape, Diary of the Streets 2. Following "I Ain't Done" and "This One For," Ralo has now dropped the visual to "It's Never Too Late," another inspirational solo track off the August tape, which features Future, Young Thug, Young Scooter, Trouble, and more.
To begin the video, Ralo drives his new Vette up to his one-bedroom childhood home in Tha Bluff. He remembers growing up in within those walls with his mother, grandmother, and five siblings. Outside of the house, he was exposed to a world of crack consumers at a young age. He raps about his tough upbringing on the dock of a nearby lake. His raps are deeply reflective but hardly calm, as he relays his experiences with a stirring sense of pain and urgency. After the "It's Never Too Late" video plays out, Ralo shares a sneak preview of the "I Got the Juice" video, which is coming next week. It's one of the biggest songs off Diary of the Streets 2, which you can download here.
Meet the Famerican Gangster in the below episode of our On The Come Up series.