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Ralph Is The ‘Girl Next Door’ In Hazy Video Featuring TOBi

Tue, July, 10 by

If you haven’t found your anthem for long summer drives yet, say less, because Ralph just dropped a new music video for her latest single, “Girl Next Door,” and we think you’re going to love it.

The Toronto virtuoso known for her synth-pop singles such as “Tease” and “Cold to the Touch” joins forces on her latest track with fellow Toronto rapper and singer TOBi. The video is set in a dreamy, soft boxed town of pastel colours and its vibrantly dressed residents. The video, which is quite the epitome of an ideal summer day, includes visuals of Ralph swinging on a hammock at your local grocery store, dancing in the aisles with her frilly girl squad (that double as backup dancers) and straight chillin’ on the beach while her whole body is buried by sand. The video is set in a dreamy, soft boxed town of pastel colours and its vibrantly dressed residents. Ralph’s video, directed by Ally Pankiw whose worked with artists like Ariana Grande, Janelle Monae, The Vamps, Arkells, Flosstradamus and Lil Jon, creates an atmosphere that embodies an ideal summer day, including visuals of Ralph swinging on a hammock at your local grocery store, dancing in the aisles with her frilly girl squad (that double as backup dancers) and straight chillin’ on the beach while her whole body is buried by sand.

The song tells us the art of staying humble no matter what may come. The lyrics read, “Change is gonna come, I know it, we know it / But you better believe I’m still the girl next door.”

Keeping grounded has been a constant focus for Ralph. In an interview with Billboard, the artist notes, “I have so many people in my life who would say, ‘Hey, you’re being such a dick’ and take me down a notch. So the song was inspired by that, knowing things change — and I’m hoping things change, because I want to get bigger and better and more successful. That doesn’t mean that I’ll change.”

“Girl Next Door” is set to appear on Ralph’s upcoming debut album, slated for release this fall.