With Honest Cowboy officially in the can (though the shortened EP version continues to be successful on iTunes), Stalley is focusing on his long-awaited debut album. While the title has not been revealed, Hip-Hop Wired sat with the MC to get other details about the LP, discuss his off-kilter flow, and much more.
Bonjour to all the Blue Collar Gang fans out there. Stalley has just upped the ante on videography in 2013. Shot entirely in the world’s love capital, Paris, France, director Kellen Dengler captures the city’s ambiance that blends in perfectly with the track’s soothing melody.
Stalley has an air about him that differs from that of his Maybach Music Group clique. He discussed this, why certain artists should acknowledge the power of their voice, embracing differences in Hip-Hop, and more on Nitecap with Peter Bailey.
Stalley is the lone ranger, or should we say Honest Cowboy, in Maybach Music Group’s fold. The MC was one of many walking the carpet at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, where he spoke to Hip-Hop Wired on his aforementioned project, new music he’s working on, and more.
Stalley repackaged his Honest Cowboy mixtape into a seven track EP featuring five songs from the original and two previously unheard. With that, we present “Sticks and Stones” and “Blue Collar Gang.”
Stalley will deliver a shortened, seven track EP version of Honest Cowboy tomorrow (September 17). To support that, the bearded rapper liberates a video for “Cup Inside A Cup.”
Stalley debuted his Honest Cowboy mixtape last week, and returns today with a visual for a favorite around these parts titled “NineteenEighty7.”
As promised, Stalley provides an audible treat in the form of his Honest Cowboy mixtape.
Why Stalley remains one of the game’s most unsung MCs is beyond us. Last night, the bearded lyricist delivered another quality track called “NineteenEighty7,” featuring ScHoolBoy Q.
You can always count on Stalley to drop a quality body of work. We expect nothing less from his Honest Cowboy mixtape, due out August 8. Last night the MMG lyricist heightened anticipation for the project by unveiling its artwork and tracklist.
It’s tough not to root for Stalley. The MMG representative and Ohio native drops a new cut called “A-Wax.”
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