Stalley - Glass Garages [New Song]

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Stalley links with Thelonious Martin for "Glass Garages".

Outside of Ross, all of the big MMG players have been dropping projects in 2015. We had Wale's Album About Nothing, Meek Mill's Dreams Worth More Than Nightmares, and even Gunplay's long-awaited debut, Living Legend. Now, it's Stalley's turn. While not an album (he gave us that toward the end of 2014), The Laughing Introvert is a solid collection of new material from one of the label's more under-the-radar talents.

Thelonious Martin supplied instrumentals for a trio of tracks, one of them being the quick burst of summer warmth, "Glass Garages". Not far off from something we'd hear from Curren$y (or perhaps even Ghostface), the record plays like a vivid memory, with a nostalgic sample complimenting Stalley's precise imagery.

Quotable Lyrics:
Panoramic roof
Look like a glass backboard
This is all I ask for
You gettin' in?
Wipe your feet before
Don't touch the stereo and buckle up
When you sit in

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Glass Garages

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Stalley links with Thelonious Martin for "Glass Garages".


Outside of Ross, all of the big MMG players have been dropping projects in 2015. We had Wale's Album About Nothing, Meek Mill's Dreams Worth More Than Nightmares, and even Gunplay's long-awaited debut, Living Legend. Now, it's Stalley's turn. While not an album (he gave us that toward the end of 2014), The Laughing Introvert is a solid collection of new material from one of the label's more under-the-radar talents.

Thelonious Martin supplied instrumentals for a trio of tracks, one of them being the quick burst of summer warmth, "Glass Garages". Not far off from something we'd hear from Curren$y (or perhaps even Ghostface), the record plays like a vivid memory, with a nostalgic sample complimenting Stalley's precise imagery.

Quotable Lyrics:
Panoramic roof
Look like a glass backboard
This is all I ask for
You gettin' in?
Wipe your feet before
Don't touch the stereo and buckle up
When you sit in

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