Atlanta rapper Ralo follows up last week's Young Dolph assisted cut "Never Going Broke" with "Chiraqistan," a fictional country which surely has a low market for tourism. Ralo and Lil Durk weave some street narratives over an atmospheric beat from the simply named "Roger," and the track was so hard that Ralo insisted it close out his upcoming mixtape with Gucci Mane. Check out what Ralo had to say about the track's creation:
"Durk came to my neighborhood "Pakistan ðµð°" which is a place most rappers are afraid to come to. That gave me a lot of respect for him...We sat in the studio a couple hours thinking of a name an Chiraqakistan hit us. They call the place that he come from Chiraq an we call the place I'm from Pakistan. We kind of mixed them both together an that's how we created #Chiraqakistan. I wanted to put it on Gucci an I mixtape #RaloLaFlare to introduce the project."
We never playin' no peekaboo
We never lie in no interviews
You know that you was a bitch in school,
I was that nigga that pick on you!