If Yung Ralph were to pick one superlative to describe his career thus far, it would be “Most Unexpected.” Just a few years ago, the Atlanta rapper was sitting on his porch, cranking some hip hop, completely oblivious as to where his life might take him. Suddenly, his purpose became clear. Today, the Universal Republic signee is already two hit singles (Look Like Money and I Work Hard) deep in the game, and putting the finishing touches on his debut album, Most Unexpected. His next possible single, Like This, is about charming a girl by throwing money at her. Apparently, this isn’t an uncommon form of courting these days. Jagged Edge member Wingo jumps on for the hook, while producer Fat Boy lays down a smooth Atlanta beat. All in all, it comes together as a mainstream-sounding joint strictly for the ladies.
Written by Charlie E. on 09/3/08
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