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Ro Ransom

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See Me Fall Ro Ransom 03:21
See Me Fall (feat. Kensei Abbot) Ro Ransom, Kensei Abbot 03:36
Wraith Ro Ransom 03:09
Prettiest (feat. Jazz Cartier) Ro Ransom, Jazz Cartier 03:03
Night Is Young / Blow Ro Ransom 04:14
Wraith Ro Ransom 02:55
Might Go (feat. Kensei Abbot) Ro Ransom, Kensei Abbot 02:34
Donuts (feat. Kensei Abbot) Ro Ransom, Kensei Abbot 03:57
Wake Up On You Ro Ransom 03:39
Floetry (feat. Kensei Abbot) Ro Ransom, Kensei Abbot 02:06

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Night Is Young / Blow


Prettiest (feat. Jazz Cartier)


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See Me Fall (feat. Kensei Abbot)


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Rapper, singer, songwriter and producer Noah Gale was born in Manhattan, New York and is best-known by his stage name Ro Ransom. He is best known for his 2015 single “See Me Fall”. His music career began in 2011 when he adapted his stage name and released the song “Even the Devil May Cry”. He also collaborated with Ricky Hil on the track “Varieties”. Ransom released his first mixtape, Ransomnia, in 2012. The mixtape featured the single “Deadman Wonderland”. He continued to release digital tracks including "No Fucks Given”, "Forgiveness", "Lesbian Girl", and "Ebony & Ivory". Ransom’s second mixtape, Ro Ransom is the Future (2014), featured the single “Anaconda Vise”. Less than a month after the mixtape was released, Ransom released eight additional Ro Ransom is the Future tracks. Ransom released the sing “See Me Fall” (featuring Kensei Abbot) in August, 2015. A remixed version of the single was issued in March, 2016. The Momentum EP was issued in 2017. Alongside “See Me Fall”, the EP also featured the singles “Doppelgänger” and “Prettiest” (featuring Jazz Cartier). Ransom was the opening act on Dua Lipa’s 2017 North American tour. He also collaborated with Khalid on the song “Let’s Go” featured on Khalid’s American Teen album. In 2018, Ransom released the tracks “Floetry” (featuring Kensei Abbot) and “Wraith”. At the end of the year, he issued the EP Possessed. In 2020, “Abyss”, his collaboration with Haleek Maul, was released on Maul’s album Errol.