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T.I. ft. Ra Ra – For The Money

Producer | Artist | GrandHustle | StreetDreams | #HustleGang #SchemeForTheDream RaRa, the newest sensation in the rap game, was born Rodriquez Smith. At thirty years old, he is youthful, astute in business, and street smart. His life story reads like a gripping tale about a young man on the streets for the first part of his childhood and his grandma for the other, as he struggled to live. This gifted athlete loved playing football and going to school until issues at home and temptations from the streets turned him away. He was born and raised in Atlanta, ranging from the notorious Zone 3 all the way to Zone 6.

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Producer | Artist | GrandHustle | StreetDreams | #HustleGang #SchemeForTheDream RaRa, the newest sensation in the rap game, was born Rodriquez Smith. At thirty years old, he is youthful, astute in business, and street smart. His life story reads like a gripping tale about a young man on the streets for the first part of his childhood and his grandma for the other, as he struggled to live. This gifted athlete loved playing football and going to school until issues at home and temptations from the streets turned him away. He was born and raised in Atlanta, ranging from the notorious Zone 3 all the way to Zone 6.


RaRa is a working-class man who was nurtured equally by his grandma and the streets. He grew up quickly as a result of seeing the deplorable conduct that frequently accompanies impoverished living conditions, which prevented him from making many childhood friends.
Instead, the self-confessed attention-seeker discovered friendship with his cousins and older brother, who, in his words, “were living the life I wanted to lead.” His young eyes were drawn to their busy daytime/party night lifestyle, but what really interested him was the music they listened to. RaRa credits 2Pac as the first musician to fully captivate his attention. RaRa also encountered artists such as Outkast, UGK, and 8Ball & MJG, all of which are giants of Southern Hip Hop culture. The child quickly became adept at memorizing the raps, which inspired him to pen his own.


He therefore spent his time learning as much as he could about the music industry either in the studio or on the block rather than in class. He started recording as soon as he could find his way around the sound boards. Ra’s songs were first just unformatted freestyles over tracks, but as time went on, he realized how much the street life couldn’t provide him and realized his potential.
He therefore observed local producers and up-and-coming artists to learn about the craft of music producing. Subsequently, he and his cousins pooled money to start Art District Music Group, their own record label, and rented studio space. Ra has had many challenges in his life, but he is committed to improving things and is sure that his musical ability will propel him into the consciousness of hip-hop enthusiasts everywhere. RaRa’s massive radio airplay, sold-out stadium shows, big-screen acting, and business endeavors will make him a household celebrity that everyone knows.
RaRa’s confident attitude, his hit song “HIGHER,” his breakout mixtape, and the devoted fan base he and his ADMG group already enjoy make it clear that he is a star. Ra declares that the bottom is simply too crowded and that he will spend his life striving for the top.

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