12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Welcome to Stalley's vision of Ohio, where the rapper's "intelligent trunk music" paints a picture of slow-rolling Chevys, the struggles of growing up on the street, and more slow-rolling Chevys (the guy really loves Chevys). With their bass-heavy production geared toward street cruisin', the tracks nod to Eazy-E ("Jackin' Chevys"), dusky soul-funk ("What It Be Like"), and old school boom-bap ("Navajo Rugs"). "One More Shot" lurches with moody stutterbeats, with a tantalizing hook by August Alsina and verse by Rick Ross, whose Maybach Music Group Stalley is signed to. Defiantly booming, "Always Into Something" is sure to turn heads at red lights. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

Welcome to Stalley's vision of Ohio, where the rapper's "intelligent trunk music" paints a picture of slow-rolling Chevys, the struggles of growing up on the street, and more slow-rolling Chevys (the guy really loves Chevys). With their bass-heavy production geared toward street cruisin', the tracks nod to Eazy-E ("Jackin' Chevys"), dusky soul-funk ("What It Be Like"), and old school boom-bap ("Navajo Rugs"). "One More Shot" lurches with moody stutterbeats, with a tantalizing hook by August Alsina and verse by Rick Ross, whose Maybach Music Group Stalley is signed to. Defiantly booming, "Always Into Something" is sure to turn heads at red lights. 

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