In just a little under a week, Stalley will drop his next studio album New Wave, and he just released the third single from the project titled "Soul Searching."

On the mid-tempo cut, the Ohio rhymer delivers thought-provoking lyrics that are part introspection, part braggadocio.

"Stand alone on my own two / What a man that I grown to / They say patience is a virtue / I nurture all that pain I go through / And dancing on the Range just to show moves / I break laws, bend rules," spits Stalley.

The last time we heard from the bearded lyricist was in 2016 when he dropped his Saving Yusuf mixtape, and before that he released his debut album Ohio, releasing singles like "Always Into Something" and "Everything a Dope Boy Ever Wanted."

You can listen to the 34-year-old's new "Soul Searching" cut below, before his New Wave album comes out on July 28.

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