After garnering millions of streams and views and collaborating with the likes of Quando Rondo, Duke Deuce, and Mozzy, rising St. Louis rapper Rahli drops his new video for “Do Dirt Alone” now featuring Kevin Gates.
After the original “Do Dirt Alone” adorned the tracklisting of his independent project Still Big Rallo From Lorna, he teams with the multi-platinum Baton Rouge superstar to tackle the chugging and grimy beat. Rahli’s vocals stretch from a sly gutter whisper into a menacing melody, pairing perfectly to the hard-hitting style Gates remains renowned for. They exchange verses punctuated by the dark admission, “So only I can tell on me,” as they roam around the trenches of New Orleans in the video.
Right now, Rahli’s putting the finishing touches for his next mixtape, arriving imminently.
Until’ then, “Do Dirt Alone”…
St. Louis MC Rahli takes the choices, mistakes, and lessons learned from the streets and shapes his music around them. In 2019, he turned heads with Dellwood Market—named after his neighborhood. Nodding to street legends such as the late Nipsey Hussle, he cultivated a gritty flow and catchy hooks that eventually generated millions of streams and views.
At the same time, he attracted early acclaim with Elevator Magazine noting, “Nothing about Rahli is regular and absolutely nothing is inauthentic.” He tapped Quando Rondo, Duke Deuce, and Mozzy for standout collaborations from 2020’s Still Big Rallo From Lorna and sharpened his signature style as his profile grew. Now accompanied by Kevin Gates on “Do Dirt Alone,” he’s about to share these lessons and stories with listeners worldwide.