Ralo - Rich Black Man (The Last ReUp)
Coming through with some of his rawest bars, "I run in the booth and I cry me a million tears, they trying to indict me and give me a million years” — Ralo shares the final single, “Rich Black Man (The Last ReUp),” off his forthcoming album Conspiracy, out this Friday, Oct. 12th via EMPIRE.
“Rich Black Man (The Last ReUp)” is the first track on the album and introduces themes that thread throughout Conspiracy: loneliness, trust issues, and the injustices that come with being a black man in America. The song uses a sample of Michel'le's 1989 single "Something In My Heart."
Ralo’s been sharing a stream of singles ahead of Conspiracy’s drop, enlisting YFN Lucci for “Bosses Make Sure,” and looking inward on “The World Against Me.” Conspiracy will feature verses from Shy Glizzy, YFN Lucci, Young Scooter, and production from Twysted Genius, Murrille, The Avengers, and more.