"Shoutin' BCG till our time's up..."
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Two reasons to pick up the new digital version of Stalley's Honest Cowboy EP that dropped yesterday.
Another one of Stalley's Honest Cowboy highlights gets the video treatment.
Stalley tours southern California with ScHoolBoy Q as his personal tour guide in <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/08/stalley-ft-schoolboy-q-nineteeneighty7-prod-by-terrace-martin">"NineteenEighty7."</a> If there was ever any doubt about the Honest Cowboy track's west coast vibes, let the video - shot in and around the Compton Swap Meet - serve as proof: the Massilon representative is welcomed in more places than just Ohio and Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Stalley's Honest Cowboy has the characteristics of a strong outing.
Everybody knows that caps have taken on larger meanings than the logo and team affiliations imply.
Before Honest Cowboy arrives tomorrow, Stalley uncuffs the upbeat cut "NineteenEighty7" featuring ScHoolBoy Q and production by Terrace Martin.
Stalley stopped by <a href="http://instagram.com/p/cfF0_dxPSs/#">his Instagram</a> today to release the album cover and tracklist for his new project.
With the August 8th release date only two weeks away, Stalley quickly lights up some promo for his upcoming Honest Cowboy mixtape in the form of the first single, "A-Wax.
On Wednesday, Stalley's bringing his Intelligent Trunk Music to Nashville for the Birth Of The Originals Jamfest.
So <a href="https://soundcloud.com/stalley330/stalley-raise-your-weapons-1/s-FvUby">says Stalley</a>: ".
Stalley's commitment to being Blue Collar isn't just a cute play on words for the Ohio-raised MC.
Following months and months and months and seemingly months of behind-the-scenes footage, MMG's Stalley finally releases the visual for <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/stalley-ft-scarface-swangin">"Swangin'."</a> The vibe of the record has always seemed like it would be more catered to the summer months, so it is understandable for the video dropping in July.
Stalley in Nashville to headline the third "Birth Of The Originals Jamfest.
Warm weather and cars with the windows down, sounds blaring from the speakers filling the air.
Say what you want about Chief Keef, but he sure knows how to pick a beat.
New joint from Ohio's own King Vada featuring his Blue Collar Gang comrade Stalley, Nemo Achida and Fabrashay A on the hook.
While Rick Ross' God Forgives, I Don't was slightly hampered by its slavish adherence to the Boss' formula of album making (a calculated mix of yacht rap, speaker-rattling anthems, and star-heavy collaborations that he nearly perfected with Teflon Don), closing track "Ten Jesus Pieces" is Rozay brand grandiosity near its best.
As his star grows brighter, Stalley is giving back to the community.