Stalley, Bruce Springsteen: Rapper Shares Dream Collaboration, Muscle Car Affinity
Rapper Stalley is on his way to the American dream. He shared his vision on the national ethos with The BoomBox last month in his initial blog series. As he prepares to release his highly anticipated mixtape, Savage Journey to the American Dream, Friday (March 30), the Ohio native is looking towards the next chapter in his music career. One of the projects he looks to score is a track with Bruce Springsteen.
"He's all-American," Stalley tells The BoomBox. "He's the American dream. I love what he stands for. I love what he sings about. 'Born to Run' is one of my favorite songs. We used to come out to that when I played basketball in high school."
Stalley, who grew up with hoop dreams in Massillon, Ohio, identifies with the lauded rocker, who also calls home to a little town like Long Branch, N.J. "He's a small town boy living in a big world," the "Party Heart" rhymer shares. "And that's me. There's just a lot of similarities, it's just different genres."
He also has an affinity for classic rides like Springsteen. "He loves muscle cars and Chevys like I do," Stalley says with a laugh. "I have a Monte Carlo and a '68 Camaro."
Check out the tracklisting for Stalley's Save Journey to the American Dream.
1. "Savage Journey," prod by The Block Beattaz
2. "Petrin Hill Peonies," prod by The Block Beattaz
3. "Route 21," prod by The Block Beattaz
4. "Hammers and Vogues" feat. Curren$y, prod by The Block Beattaz
5. "Lover's Lane" feat. Anthony Flammia, prod by The Block Beattaz
6. "Home to You" feat. Wale & Anthony Flammia, prod by The Block Beattaz
7. "Island Hopping feat. Avriel Epps, prod by The Block Beattaz
8. "Cold," prod by The Block Beattaz
9. "Everything New," prod by Chad Hugo
10. "Seen It All," prod by Soundtrakk
11. "Hell's Angels (American Heathens)" feat. Rick Ross, prod by The Block Beattaz
12. "Live at Blossom," prod By Soundtrakk
13. "BCGMMG Remix" feat. Rick Ross & Meek Mill, prod by The Block Beattaz
Bonus: "Party Heart" feat Rick Ross & 2Chainz, prod. by Chuck Inglish