Stalley "Ball" Video
Stalley has been relatively quiet since he last dropped off his Saving Yusef mixtape at the top of the year, but today he decides to return to the scene with a new video for his 2014 release “Ball.” Shot at Quickens Loans Arena, the video pays homage to his hometown team, Cleveland Cavaliers, and their star point guard Kyrie Irving. Here’s what the video’s description has to say about the new release…
Stalley "Voila" Video
Revisiting last month’s 7-track project The Laughing Introvert, Stalley decides to come through today and share the official video for the track “Voila.” With his Blue Collar Gang backing him up, watch as the MMG member takes over the Brooklyn Bridge at night and mobs with the crew in this Ced Lynch-directed clip above. It serves as the follow up to his latest video for “Glass Garage.”
Stalley "Glass Garage" Video
The soulful-sampled "Glass Garage" (produced by Thelonious Martin) was definitely a highlight off Stalley's recent mixtape, The Laughing Introvert, so much so that we featured it on the homepage. Now a week removed from the project's release, Stalley returns to "Glass Garage" for a visual treatment. The MMG rapper glides along the instrumental, rapping about his love of old school vehicles, not so unlike his past collaborator Curren$y. For the visual, we get to see some of the cars too. Watch it above.
Stalley "Playa Way" Video
Just hours after dropping off his new EP The Laughing Introvert, Stalley decides to come through and share the official video for track # 6 “Playa Way.”
Stalley "What It Be Like" Video
Yesterday, Stalley revealed that he'll be dropping a brand new project this week. He also gave us a video for "Boomin," and today, he's shared another clip from his 2014 debut album, Ohio, this time for the Nipsey Hussle-assisted, "What It Be Like".
Stalley "Boomin" Video
Stalley is still dropping videos from his 2014 debut album, "Ohio," releasing "Boomin" today. The track finds him kickin' it around the neighborhood, as he casually hands off a duffle bags to business partners. Like Gunplay, it took Stalley a while to get his debut off the ground, but he's now found his own lane and fanbase.
MistaRogers Feat. Stalley, Ray Jr "Ever Since" Video
MistaRogers Feat. Stalley & Ray Jr
After sharing "Ever Since" feat. Stalley & Ray Jr. a couple weeks back, MistaRogers treats us to the track's new video in an HNHH premiere. In the Ced-Lynch visual, MistaRogers, Stalley, & Ray. Jr post up in various locations in their native Ohio, including the club, home studio, and the streets, kicking rhymes about how they stay on the grind -- something Ohioans definitely know a thing or two about.
Stalley Feat. Rashad "Chevelle" Video
Stalley Feat. Rashad
The lead single from Stalley's album Ohio, "Jackin' Chevys," payed tribute to his favorite brand of car (as well as Eazy-E), but it wasn't the only Chevrolet-referencing song on the album. Stashed in the back half of the full-length, "Chevelle" is more specifically an ode to a model that was only made from 1964 to 1977, and is thus a collectors item now. You know that Stalley, the car enthusiast, has been able to get his hands on one.
Gunplay Feat. Curren$y & Stalley "Chain Smokin" Video
Gunplay Feat. Curren$y & Stalley
If there are two things that Gunplay, Stalley and Curren$y all share, its their love for both classic cars and marijuana. Today, they a share a video that celebrates both of those passions. Check out the "Chain Smokin" visuals above.
Stalley Talks Past Jobs & New Album "Ohio"
Stalley's debut album via MMG, Ohio, is currently in stores and available online. With the new album out, it felt appropriate to release our exclusive interview with the rising rapper. Baker does some quick basketball talk with Stalley before getting into Stalley's past, with the MMG rapper listing off all the retail jobs he's worked: H&M, The Gap, Alife, Uniqlo, Old Navy and more. Facts.
Stalley Feat. Ty Dolla $ign "Always Into Something" Video
Stalley Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
It took some time, but after years of waiting on the MMG bench, Stalley finally got a release date for his debut album. The record, titled Ohio is due out later this month, and the rollout has been fast and furious. After dropping the Ty Dolla $ign-asssisted street record, "Always Into Something" a few months back, Stalley has now given us the official visuals, which find him and Ty in the streets of Cleveland, while a separate narrative takes place in cutscenes.
Stalley Feat. Rick Ross "Everything A Dope Boy Ever Wanted" Video
Stalley Feat. Rick Ross
Stalley is currently gearing up to release his long-awaited debut album Ohio, and earlier this week he dropped off a track from the project that features his Maybach Music Group label boss, Rick Ross. "One More Shot" is still available to stream, but now we've got another collaboration from the bearded duo.
Stalley "Ohio (Album Trailer)" Video
Stalley is finally ready to release his debut album, Ohio, on October 27th, and today he’s gone ahead and shared the album’s official trailer. Rather than your usual 30 second clip, Stalley decide to make this nearly 3 minutes in length and invites the rest of his MMG crew to hype up the debut project with him. Unfortunately, the project is still without a tracklist, but that should be impacting shortly.
Stalley On The Breakfast Club
Over the past few weeks, underrated MMG rapper Stalley has been staging a comeback that will lead up to his debut album, Ohio. Fittingly, the OH spitter got the invite to The Breakfast Club to discuss his roots, his label and his album rollout.
Stalley Feat. Ty Dolla $ign "Always Into Something" Lyric Video
Stalley Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
So far, the only new Stalley songs we've heard in 2014 have been about cars. First there was "Jackin' Chevys," which made its auto-centric content known straight from the title, and then there's the Ty Dolla $ign-assisted "Always Into Something," which is a little less car-heavy in its lyrics, but just got a lyric video that features little other than a fly ass blue ride.
Stalley Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
Fans of Stalley have been rejoicing all week at the MMG rapper's return and announcement of his upcoming album, Ohio. Today, the bearded MC visited Sway In The Morning to discuss his return and kick a freestyle. The rest of the interview can be viewed here.
Stalley "Jackin' Chevys" Video
Earlier this morning, we shared with you a preview of Stalley's "Jackin' Chevys" video, and now we've got the full version. Watch it above.
Stalley "Jackin' Chevys (Trailer)" Video
Stalley recently revealed the title of his debut album to be Ohio, and it seems he's getting ready to begin the rollout for the upcoming record. Today, the MMG underdog has released a trailer for the first release from the album (it's unclear whether it will serve as the official single, bt sounds like more of a "street" single), "Jackin' Chevys".The clip finds a couple of buddies cruising in their old school chevy trying to pick up some ladies. After some failed attempts, the tables turn when a girl does agree to take a ride in the whip.
Stalley "Feel The Bass" Video
Stalley dropped his Honest Cowboy project last year, and has been releasing videos sporadically from the project since. The latest of which comes today, as the MMG emcee unleashes the visuals to project highlight, "Feel The Bass".The summer-y clip finds him cruising in the heat of a sweltering day. The video is directed by DRE Films.
Stalley "Man Of The Year (Remix)" Video
Back in April, MMG's Stalley hit us with his own mix of ScHoolboy Q's "Man Of The Year." You'll recall these two rappers collaborated in the past on Stalley's "NineteenEighty7" Honest Cowboy cut.