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Watch: Ralo X Yung Thug – See The Light Pt. 2

The video for “See The Light Pt. 2” sees cartoon versions of Ralo and Young Thug in Ralo’s hometown of The Bluff, a notoriously gritty part of West Atlanta. Ralo takes on a string of opponents in fight scenes throughout the video, including a fight with Moneybagg Yo (stylized “Money Bag Ho” in the video, referencing their tumultuous history).

The lighthearted animations juxtapose the moving nature of the lyrics. Speaking on the video, Ralo says, “The idea came from the label I have my independent deal through Empire. They were really on me to do a cartoon video. They came up with the idea and I gave the green light once they showed me the concept. And I wanted to show that I could beat his ass even if it is in a cartoon.”

 
The culmination of a three-year journey from prison to the radio charts, Ralo levels up as an emcee on Diary of The Streets 3 with “See The Light Pt. 2” being a standout track. Ralo’s music is a combination of ingenuity and power. He has worked with acts such as Gucci Mane, Future, Shawty Lo, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Jefé (Shy Glizzy), and Young Scooter. This experience has given Ralo the opportunity to prove to his fans that he has what it takes to surpass some of the more popular mainstream and independent artists out today.

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Fast Cash Boyz Enjoy The Bright Lights in “New York Nights”

Memphis based rap group, Fast Cash Boyz are here with their last music video of the year! After recently visiting the concrete jungle the group decided to show their newfound love for NYC with the official video for their FCB Too Bangin featured track, “New York Nights”. FCB is currently working on new music and something very exclusive that’s about to flood the streets
 
Stream the visual below as the four-man group enjoys the big city and bright lights.

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Kodak Black Walked Out To Avoid Sexual Assault Question

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Kodak Black is not ready to share his testimony. He went as far as walking out an interview with Ebro in The Morning about sexual assault…

While promoting his new album Dying to Love on Hot 97’s “Ebro in the Morning,” Kodak Black was questioned about a sticky topic. Just fifteen minutes into the interview, Ebro brought up Kodak’s sexual assault case and let’s just say that things went south!

We take sexual assault here serious and we can’t get into details, but we hope to have you back so we can have a deeper conversation about that.

Although his co-host, Peter Rosenberg, attempted to change the subject, it did not take well. In a response to the moon landing, Kodak stated: “What the fuck Y’all talkin ’bout?… I feel sometimes when ni**as like me goin’ through shit, Y’all be entertained by bullshit.”

So what do you all think? Should Ebro have asked a question regarding sexual assault? Or should Kodak Black have owned his truth and answered the question?

Please comment below and in other Hip-Hop news, culture, and gossip, stay tuned!

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Living Good with Janelle Monae In “Crazy, Classic, Life”

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Living in 2018 can be a true challenge as an artist!!

The multi-talented artist is on a roll in regards to the world of entertainment.

A few weeks ago, Monae’s production company “Wondaland Productions” landed a multi-million dollar deal with Universal Pictures.

2018 has been a great year for Janelle Monae as in April she released the album “Dirty Computer”, and still is hot as the day it came out.

In conclusion, Monae is back with the single Crazy, Classic, life. Watch the new video below:

Tell us what you think, leave your comments below.

 

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