STL Rapper Rahli Releases New Project Featuring Quando Rondo, Mozzy, Duke Deuce And More Entitled “Still Big Rallo From Lorna”

With burgeoning momentum from energetic visuals like “Perc 30 Remix” featuring QC newcomer, Duke Deuce, and a hometown anthem in “Clip Hangin” with fellow Show-Me state native, Lil STLSt. Louis rapper, Rahli, follows up last year’s debut project, Dellwood Market, with an exciting new tape, Still Big Rallo From Lorna, available now on all DSPs and mixtape platforms. 

Since Dellwood Market‘s release in October, Rahli has been feverishly recording, polishing his sound, and developing a meticulous approach to his new music. Still Big Rallo From Lorna showcases the dynamic and unique tone Rahli fans gravitate towards as heard in the KBeaZy-produced “Big Threat,” while delving into new territory with melodic and introspective records like “Bury Me Alive,” and “U Never Knew” featuring west coast Gangland Landlord, Mozzy.

Still Big Rallo From Lorna serves as a breath of fresh air in today’s rap landscape, featuring exceptional production from Bankroll GotitKBeaZyRippa On The Beat, and more plus guest verses from Duke DeuceQuando RondoMozzy, and Lil STL. “I really want this project to solidify my name and sound in the industry,” Rahli explains. “My first tape was just testing the water. I didn’t hold back, but I’m at a point where I’m learning more about timing with everything. This mixtape here, loaded with nothing, but fire.


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