Stalley has announced that the title of his debut album will be "Ohio".
MMG has put out plenty of successful albums, but it's generally the big three (Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Wale) that have been given the proper shine. Meanwhile artists like Gunplay and Rockie Fresh have been put on the back burner. Stalley was also among those benched artists for some time, but it appears he'll be emerging from the shadows of his labelmates very soon.
In a new vlog, the rapper has announced the title of his long-awaited debut album, which will benamed after his home state, Ohio. No specific date has been mentioned, but the album is said to be coming soon.
Watch the announcement, which also features some of the studio sessions for the record below.
[UPDATE: Release Date Revealed]
Today Stalley followed up the announcement of his debut album's title with the release date. Along with dropping off a new single and music video for the record "Jackin Chevys", the MMG rapper revealed that Ohio is set to drop on October 28th.
The lead single "Jackin Chevys" will be available on iTunes on September 2nd.
[Update: Album Cover Revealed]
With his debut album right round the corner, Stalley decides to unveil the project’s official artwork tonight.
Taking to his Instagram account moments ago, the MMG rapper decided to take out the fancy whips and goes shirtless in his debut album cover for Ohio.
Peep the cover below (or above), and look for Ohio to be drop October 27th.