Ralo has made some big waves with his Famerican Gangster II mixtape that dropped back in February on his 22nd birthday, and now he's returning with some epic new visuals. The Atlanta rapper just released the music video to "The Dopeman" featuring YFN Lucci, which is the first song on the project. You can peep the video exclusively on XXL below.

The two hip-hop stars team up for the catchy record, where they are seen inside of a laundromat that has their cash spinning through the washer and dyers. Ralo uses autotune on his first verse, where he counts all of his bread before showing off his lavish jewels and chains. Lucci comes in for the song's hook, where he boasts about being the dope provider for the community, leading to his abundance of money. The visuals end with the two stars counting their cash as DJ Khaled delivers a monologue in the background, but without any appearance.

Ralo, who recently signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimo Records, is going hard to promote his music after he recently made controversial comments about Jeezy. The Southern native said that the Snowman hasn't helped any artists. In a recent interview, he stated, “You can’t name one artist that Jeezy helped. You can name a million artists that Gucci Mane has helped. You can go on Jeezy’s page right now and he just started shouting people out. And he delete pictures.” YG, who Jeezy helped early on, called out Ralo's "lies" on Twitter soon after.

Gucci and Ralo are gearing up to release a collaborative project titled Ralo La Flare. There isn't a release date out for the project but is should drop this year. "The project with Gucci and I is coming together better than I thought it would," he said to XXL. "There are a lot of records on this project that are special to me. My last project did so good in the streets, that I had a fear that I wasn't going to be able to do better. Signing to Gucci was a thing that was sent from God. Everything about us is just perfect. This was one of the best decisions I ever made in my life."

Watch Ralo and Lucci's video for "The Dopeman" below.

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