Stalley was raised around music from artists like Boogie Down Productions, which no doubt inspired him to craft his brand of Intelligent Trunk Music. We sat down with him to discuss the impact hip-hop has as social commentary. He spoke on his duty to say something positive and substantive in his lyrics, the need for rappers with greater influence to do more, the power hip-hop has as the voice of the people, hip-hop’s role in Obama’s election and more. This is Stalley: Politics as Usual.
The official follow-up to 10 Bullets is here.
Over Fab and Just Blaze's classic collaboration.
This is definitely something you can't miss.
Off the Detroit spitter's debut album, 13.
Off the legendary producer's Diam Piece LP.