With Ralo dropping Famerican Gangster 2 on Feb. 12 — his 22nd birthday — the Atlanta rapper gives fans another track off the project with "The Dopeman" featuring YFL Lucci.

The new record, which is produced by Zaytoven, finds Ralo rapping about being the man 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 last few years now.

"YFN Lucci is a very close friend to me," Ralo tells XXL." We have one of the best bonds in the world. He started rapping almost a year ahead of me so I kind of followed behind him a bit. He is one of the only rappers that I know in my heart will never hate on me. I'll never slander his name in no way. Lucci came to Patchwerk studio with me one day and said I got a hook I made just for you. He said you gon' love this one. Once he played it I knew it was for me all day."

He adds, "I like to work with producers on the come up because they're hungry and I can really see their art. In my opinion, once people make it to certain level they forget where they came from. Zaytoven is one of the few big producers who's always supported me and never switched up. 2017 will be a great year for me. I will continue to drop more projects: Diary of the Streets 3 will be a classic and I'm always making sure my next project is better than the last."

"The Dopeman" is the forth release off Famerican Gangster 2 and follows up "They Can't Stop Us" featuring Gucci Mane, "Young Nigga" featuring Young Thug, Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert and "I Hope I Don't Jam" featuring 21 Savage and Shy Glizzy.

Ralo released Diary of the Streets 2 last fall and has been making news over the last few months with a flurry of new music plus his beef with Rich Homie Quan, his homeless challenge, and his recent car accidents.

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