canadian singer/songwriter ralph has won a lot of acclaim in her native country and a growing fanbase in the united states for the percolating synth-pop showcased on her self-titled debut ep, released last spring.  singles like “cold to the touch” and “tease” were swaddled in ‘80s synths, suggesting christine mcvie teaming up with carly rae jepsen and the ladies of haim for a summer barbeque jam sesh, while ballads “lit the fire” and “crocodile tears” showcased a more tender side.for her latest single, “girl next door” -- the first to preview her forthcoming debut album, due this fall -- ralph takes a left turn into more hip-hop-leaning territory, with a guest verse from canadian rapper tobi. the sinuous, finger-snapping single is written from a perspective that ralph will soon find herself among her pop-star heroes before too long, while still attempting to staying true to her roots. it’s ralph’s very own “jenny from the block.`below, billboard is premiering the new single, complete with a tongue-in-cheek lyric video featuring ralph and tobi play-acting “normal” scenarios (like playing video games and making snacks) while dressed for the grammys.“when you’re an artist getting a little recognition, your friends tend to really joke around and say, ‘oh, when you get rich and famous, when you go to the grammys, don’t forget about us,’” ralph says on the phone from her native toronto. “i have so many people in my life who would s...