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MMG’s resident Chevy enthusiast Stalley recently sat down with Jay-Z’s Life + Times for their Decoded series, during which lyricists break down their favorite verses. The Ohio MC chose to explain the second and final verse from his Curren$y-assisted jam “Hammers & Vogues.”

“In my music, I also seem to find out that, you know, most people they either hate me or they love me,” says Stalley. “But when they really get to listening or if I get a chance to break down a verse like this, then they really pay attention and be like ‘Oh, dude is really nice!'”

Also, Stalley just launched his official clothing line, called  Blue Collar Gang. The line includes hoodies, sweatshirts, and tees. “The brand BCG represents blue collar hardworking individuals,” said Stalley in a press statement. “People who are family-oriented with family values and self-made attitudes. I want to make a line that represents those people and that is affordable, comfortable, and stylish. Indicative of the environment in Massillon, I was raised in.”

See Stalley decode “Hammers & Vogues” below.


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