Rap Pays Him Freedom Music is my vice,” he said without skipping a beat.
1 Rap Pays Him Freedom Music is my vice,” he said without skipping a beat. on Sat Nov 19, 2016 9:04 am
21 -year-old Terrell Davis, known to the rap game as Ralo (his moniker pays respect to his mother’s former boyfriend, a mentor and inspiration who passed away when Ralo was a kid), has changed his life considerably in the last two years. From ages 12 to 19, he was incarcerated 34 times (twice in prison). Last month, he released his third mixtape, Diary of the Streets II, which features Young Thug, Birdman, Future, Lil Uzi Vert and Shy Glizzy. Born and raised in the infamously dangerous West Atlanta neighborhood The Bluff (an acronym for “Better Leave You Fucking Fool”), Ralo now lives in a “mansion in Cascade” (an affluent black neighborhood in southwest Atlanta).
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