by realstalleymmg on March 8th, 2013
Stalley was listed on TimeOut.com’s “Most Stylish New Yorkers” list!
“His personal style: “It’s a combination of Americana, streetwear and sports apparel. I love denim, gold, great fabrics, and classic, simple, clean designs.”
Check out the rest of the article HERE.
by realstalleymmg on February 7th, 2013
Ross and Stalley release a visual for their dope verses over A$AP Rocky’s hit single “Fuckin Problems.” Hit Play!
by realstalleymmg on January 18th, 2013
Check out Rick Ross’ “Love Sosa” freestyle featuring Stalley, which premiered on Worldstarhiphop today! Be on the lookout for Rozay’s “Mastermind” album, coming soon! Rockie Fresh’s “Electric Highway” mixtape drops on January 21st!
by realstalleymmg on December 17th, 2012
Contemporary artist Larry Dixon flips the Blue Collar Gang logo for a special, limited-edition collaboration with BIG CHRIS’ CAR PARTS, a Los Angeles-based car culture boutique. With a shared love for classic American muscle cars and box Chevys, the two brands connect naturally to celebrate the great American pastime of cruising the strip and burning rubber. This t-shirt is limited to 60 pieces.
BCCP info: http://www.bigccp.com/pages/about-us
by realstalleymmg on December 7th, 2012
Check out Ross’ latest visual for “Ten Jesus Pieces” featuring Stalley off his album, “God Forgives, I Don’t,” in stores now!
Get it HERE.
by realstalleymmg on November 19th, 2012
Stalley is dropping his Blue Collar Gang clothing line, consisting of basics like hoodies, sweatshirts, and T-shirts. The line is exclusively available at Villa stores in the Midwest and East Coast.
Stalley says “The brand BCG represents blue collar hardworking individuals. 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.”
Stalley’s recruited some heavy hitters for this operation. Complex Man of Next Year nominee BJ Betts, a tattooist noted for his lettering, designed the BCG logo. Meanwhile Ben Ferenz of Fair Endsdesigned the disc logo.
Check out the photos below for a preview!
by realstalleymmg on November 15th, 2012
In the final BET Music Matters Tour webisode, Stalley hits LA, visits DJ Skee before performing that night at Club Nokia where he brings out Lil Eazy and Nipsey Hussle on stage, and then runs into Ab Soul, The Game and Dr. Dre backstage before hitting the LA Leakers and the final tour stops in Pomona and Las Vegas.
by realstalleymmg on November 6th, 2012
In this BET Music Matters webisode, Stalley performs in Portland, then links with Wale, Dom Kennedy and Demarcus Cousins and Thomas Robinson of the Sacramento Kings the next day before performing at UC Davis, Oakland and San Francisco back to back.
by realstalleymmg on October 29th, 2012
In this BET Music Matters tour webisode, Stalley performs in Phoenix, gets a tour of the Raw Papers Factory and also meets with a special fan after the show.
by realstalleymmg on October 23rd, 2012
In the latest BET Music Matters tour webisode, Stalley hits up Denver Bronco Wesley Woodyard and joins him on stage for “BCGMMG”, he links up with the Nuggets’ Quincy Miller, the guys play spades and then later run out of gas in the middle of nowhere.