CG: How did you guys hook up with Stalley? CP: Stalley’s manager was cool with the guys that were handling G-Side’s PR in 2011. We were familiar with his work, saw his progression and mutually agreed that it would be a good idea to work together. They connected a few dots and he agreed to come down and work with us. From there the relationship naturally evolved. CG: What was the direction of the production for “Honest Cowboy”? CP: Stalley is a pretty calculated guy. He doesn’t follow industry rules and releases his music when he feels he has all…
Feefo threw out Stalley’s latest mixtape Honest Cowboy on the docket for review consideration and with us missing his last tape Savage Journey to the American Dream, it may be time. At some point, he will enter the Dead End Hip Hop chamber and his latest mixtape, Honest Cowboy, may be the one. Honest Cowboy tape is 10 tracks deep and features production from Terrace Martin, DJ Quik, Block Beataz and more. Scarface and Schoolboy Q also jump on boards as features as well. You can listen or download the tape below. Listen/Download: Stalley-Honest Cowboy
Stalley will release his new project “Honest Cowboy” tomorrow, but today he delivered what is most likely the final leak off of the project. NineteenEighty7 finds ScHoolboy Q on the hook while Stalley delivers two solid verses over Terrace Martin’s groovy instrumental. Listen below and let us know what you think.
Not sure what Stalley has been up to lately but he’s keeping his name out there by releasing music and has dropped another one titled “White Minks & Gator Sleeves”. The song is produced by Cardo. Listen: Stalley-White Minks &Gator Sleeves
Stalley just released the first single off of his debut album “Swangin’” produced by the Block Beattaz and featuring the legendary Scarface. Listen: Stalley-Swangin (ft. Scarface)