Contrary to popular belief, rapper Yung Ralph didn’t always look, smell, talk or walk “like money.” As a youth, Ralph was raised in a fatherless home, but the household tasks he carried out made him Work Hard to get to where he is today. On the second single from the upcoming debut, Most Unexpected, Ralph goes deep into the many struggles of everyday life and credits his hard work as the reason for his current successes. Topped off by a DJ Toomp-sounding beat courtesy of producer P-No, I Work Hard should silence Northerners’ extreme stereotypical criticisms of Dirty South artists like Ralph. Most Unexpected hits store shelves on February 26th.
Written by Burmy on 12/20/07
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