Unreleased Ronnie Radke Rap Song Finds Its Way Online


Get ready, folks. This one is one for the bookmarks bar.

Ronnie Radke has chosen to celebrate the final day of May by releasing a never-before-heard rap single recorded sometime in recent years. The song is a completely solo effort, but it may give some explanation as to the evolution on some of Falling In Reverse’s more recent singles. Radke boasts about how awesome his life is without giving much, if any thanks to those who put him in that position. Instead he opts to talk about how misunderstood he is because, you know, people keep accusing him of things even though he’s yet to publicly admit fault a single time in his entire career. You can stream the track at the end of this post.

It’s hard to not feel like a broken record when writing about such a one note person, but this time Ronnie has even managed to surprise us. It’s not the egotistical lyrics and persistance that he doesn’t give a fuck that shocks, but the fact he’s confident enough in himself to release such a laughably bad track in the first place. Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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  • XBlueCollarHardcoreX

    The whole song contradicts itself. What is there to complain about in his life. It’s actually infuriating to someone who works 9 to 5 in order to live and sometimes have the opportunity to buy music. Thank goodness I’ve never spent my hard earned money on his music.

  • You guys are fuckin stupid its a good song it might not be his usual its it Good

  • James Morson

    Yes. Because you calling others stupid obviously makes this a good song. And makes you better then those calling the song bad. You sir=!Logic.

  • josh128

    This is why you don’t hang out with deuce :/

  • Adam Parry

    Thanks, ‘Zane Peter Parker Riojas’, renowned internet music commentator.

  • AJ

    At least Its way better than “Alone” but the newest he just released “what up world” is actually kinda dope… He has telent. He aint the best rapper by any means, but with each release hes showing that practice makes perfect and allz im sayin is he sounds like hes doing alot of it.

  • Zane Peter Parker Riojas

    I am sorry for the language but if listen to it with our putting Ronnie on your head then it’s a very acceptable song. And yea I’m Ronnie die hard bit ill admit “alone”sucked (breakdown bad ass though)

  • Zane Peter Parker Riojas

    Eminem does the same crap. So does 60% of the music industry. Save it.

  • XBlueCollarHardcoreX

    …And I don’t buy his “music” or any others that whine about themselves for the same reason. If you like it, no problem. I’m expressing my frustration with some of the music industry. So save your immature, worthless comments on something else.

  • Zane Peter Parker Riojas

    So what do you buy? Disney channel tracks? Cause those artist are the only ones who I can think of that don’t. Save your contradicting reply’s for YouTube

  • XBlueCollarHardcoreX

    If those are the only artist you can think of, you should expand your musical horizons before commenting. Your judging me for an opinion. Your opinion of the song is completely valid too. That’s what this forum is for. It’s for opinions on the articles and the content in them.

  • Zane Peter Parker Riojas

    I apologize for judging you, Ivan see your point also

  • Chesttilorizon

    Honestly, this is the only band I ‘hate’. Ronnie’s an asshole. He kicks people outta his shows for wearing different band shirts. He’s stuck-up. Then he steals Chris Fronzak’s style by fucking rapping?!