Ralo and Young Dolph Ain’t “Never Going Broke” on New Song
As fans wait for Ralo Laflare, the Eskimo Records signee drops "Never Going Broke" featuring Young Dolph. The record finds Ralo and Dolph flexing, rapping about how they are some real street bosses. The record was produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Cassius Jay, and Wheezy.
"The pack in, I'm back in, fuck a backend/A black man running shit like I'm Batman/You can't even get the leprechaun to craft this chain/You rap niggas get behind the bars, I bet they fame/Fuck a bank account, I carry cash in large amounts/These rappers rappin' 'bout them bricks but never sold an ounce," he raps.
Ralo and Dolph's friendship began in 2015 when the former was in prison.
"Young Dolph and I established a relationship in 2015 when I was released from prison," he explained to Complex. "We always ran into each other in the streets. Every time we saw each other he gave me words of encouragement, due to the fact I'm an upcoming artist. Through our time we gained a small bond. The record is special to me because him and I became close homies. We came from the same environment. Our fans love to see us together and that's what matters the most."
Back in February, Ralo signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Eskimo Records. The two artists are planning to drop their joint project, Ralo Laflare, on July 7.
Bump “Never Going Broke” below.
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