Ralo, Young Dolph and Trouble Vow to Stay Authentic in “Die Real” Video
In the Marc Diamond-directed video, the Southern trio vow to keep it authentic. In one scene, Ralo raps next to a piano surrounded by thickly-built women in red dresses. In another scene, all three rappers and an entourage mob deep in front of a white background.
The name of the game is keeping it 100. "Yeah, what you want to be/What you gonna be, I'ma be a real nigga/What you want to be, what you gonna be/What you want to be, I'ma be a real nigga," Ralo raps on the chorus of the Drum Major-produced track.
This is one of the standout songs on Ralo's newest release. Diary of the Streets 3 features guest appearances from Gucci Mane, Young Thug, Boosie BadAzz, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Young Dolph, Trouble and many more. Twysted Genius handles the majority of the production on the project, while getting assistance from Zaytoven, Cassius Jay, Super Mario and others.
The new tape follows Ralo's Plugged in With the Cartel mixtape, with DJ Kutt Throat, which dropped last November. Ralo, who inked a deal with Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimo label last year, is trying to work his magic as a student of the game. "In order to be that person you gotta learn," he tells XXL. "You gotta sit back and relax and study. I just wanna study the music game and see how I could make the best out of it, and invest my money that I have made off the music into making more money in the music business."
Check out Ralo's "Die Real" video below.
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