Stalley may have the money to buy his own whips now that he’s part of the “untouchable Maybach Empire,” but nothing beats the thrill of Jackin’ Chevys right off the street. On his debut set’s latest single, featured along with a freshly-minted video by Christopher Schafer, the Midwestern phenom and his clique play a little real-life Grand Theft Auto. Fellow Buckeye State representative and longtime collaborator Rashad mans the boards, serving up a minimal, percussion-driven beat as Stalley breaks the bad news to hapless car owners: “It was yours, now it’s ours.” Ohio isn’t slated to drop until October 28, but fans will be able to cop Jackin’ Chevys on iTunes starting next Tuesday, September 2.
Written by richard on 08/27/14
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