Stalley's grind is impressive. The Ohio rapper is coming off a prolific 2017 campaign that saw the release of two albums and an EP. Yesterday, Stalley dropped off a new EP, a sequel to last year's Tell The Truth And Shame The Devil. Not only does the project boast one of the most low-key fire album covers in a minute, but it also comes equipped with a solid Takeoff collaboration. "Bag" finds Stalley and the Culture 2 MVP showcasing a healthy chemistry, taking to the trap-inspired instrumental with clarity. This is real rap, no mumble.
Stalley holds it down with a pair of worthy offerings, showcasing a dexterous and versatile flow. Thematically, the search for "bags" has become a trap hallmark, so this isn't exactly new thematic ground. Still, Takeoff proves he's more than capable of holding it down without his Migos compatriots, dropping off some memorable bars in the process. "Pussy so good, moment of silence."
Me and Stalley, a big bag of molly
With ten bitches say they from college
Before I fuck her, check the mileage
Pussy so good, moment of silence