Ralo jumpstarted his “Famerican Tuesdays” weekly video series with the release of the new “I Ain’t Done Yet” video yesterday. The Atlanta rapper also announced the forthcoming mixtape: Famerican Gangster 2 to drop in early 2017.
In the video, the million-dollar man mobs through the slums of his beloved West Atlanta neighborhood Tha Bluff (which stands for “Better Leave You Fucking Fool”) with he and his crew draped in all white and pushing cocaine-colored foreign miracle whips. But this is just the beginning for the Rich Gang affiliate.
His latest is just the first of Ralo’s “Famerican Tuesdays” weekly video series is projected to run through the end of January. Word has it that he is currently shooting several videos from his last mixtape, Diary of the Streets 2, which features Birdman, Future, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage and many more.
One of the most rapidly rising talents in the A right now, the man known to the Georgia Department of Corrections as Terrell Davis has paid his dues in the streets. Entering the drug game before he hit puberty, Davis has been locked up more than 30 times from ages 12 to 19 and even served two bids in prison, where he became a devout Muslim. It was after being released from his first bid did he start rapping.
Since being released from prison in 2014, the 23-year-old independent rapper started his own label Famerica, dropped a series of mixtapes including Famerican Gangster and Diary of the Streets and has worked with rappers such as Young Scooter, Shy Glizzy, Rich Homie Quan, Bandit Gang Marco, Young Thug and Future. His latest release Diary of the Streets 2 dropped August 30.
Ralo’s first wave of musical success came with the release of “Can’t Lie” featuring Future last year and he hasn’t let up since.