Ralo is back with his new track, "Rich Black Man (The Last Reup)" off of his new project Conspiracy. The rapper's latest track was produced by Twysted Genius who serves up a jazzy and soulful beat for Ralo to go in on. Ralo's new song finds him opening up even more about his current legal situation. He explained that the song's concept came from the police harassment he's had to deal with.
Ralo's currently behind bars awaiting trial after he was charged with conspiracy to commit a felony. Police accused the rapper of moving roughly $1M worth of marijuana on his private plane. However, his current legal situation isn't preventing him from releasing any music.
"I felt like I was under investigation, I kept hearing signs from God," he told XXL. "After the harassment I experienced from the police I wanted to put this out to show the people that I was living my best life. Doing things I never did before, having things I never had, and it was like at that point in my life I was one of the happiest men alive. The original name of the song was ’The Last Re-up.' The last re-up, the last time."
Got a nine on my side, I don't even drive
F*** T.S.A., I'm used to flying in private
Don't take my kindness kindly, I did this s*** without me trying it
Rollie full of diamonds, I don't need to check the timing