Like the song title indicates, rapper Ralo is back with his latest music video, this time teaming up with OJ Da Juiceman for "Ralo Back (Intro)." The song is featured on his collaboration project with Gucci Mane, Ralo LaFlare.

The music video for "Ralo Back" finds Ralo and OJ turning up in a mechanic's shop surrounded by their crew and cars. "I'm stuntin' on my tape, thankin' God first/I never drop out when it's hard cause shit could be worse/Am I wrong for givin' dope money to the church," Ralo raps in his verse before OJ Da Juiceman takes over for the second verse.

Released in July, Ralo LaFlare was Ralo's first project since signing to Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimos record label. The 12-track mixtape served as the follow-up to the rapper's Famerican Gangster 2 and featured appearances from Young Dolph, Fetty Wap, Lil Durk and Sean Garrett.

During a recent interview with XXL, Ralo spoke about the mixtape, calling every song "meaningful." "I feel like everything on my mixtape, Ralo LaFlare, is meaningful, from No. 1 all the way to No. 12," he said. "You could be in a stressful moment, or you could be in a partying moment. Whatever moment you in, whatever vibe you in, whatever mood you in you could listen to it. So I really love the project and I’m ready to drop Ralo LaFlare 2 right now."

Check out the video for "Ralo Back (Intro)" with OJ Da Juiceman below.

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