Stalley Enlists Rick Ross and August Alsina for ‘One More Shot’
Stalley is a month away from dropping his long-awaited debut album, 'Ohio.' To give fans a taste of the project, he released a new song called 'One More Shot,' which features Maybach Music Group honcho Rick Ross and August Alsina.
Over some airy drums and echo-filled synths, the bearded rhymer talks about taking one last celebratory drink during a late-night outing at a the club.
"Marijuana still lit, hottest label in the game sitting on my chain, I ain’t gotta prove it / Ciroc shots, black bottle Belaire, fresher than the Fresh Prince, hell yeah boy I do this / We just tryna party, I ain’t tryna hurt nobody / But my n---- got the hammer on him like a tool kit," he raps.
Meanwhile, Rozay lays out the game plan of poppin' bottles all night in the club without a care in the world.
"Twenty bottles so don’t tell me what your tab bout / 305, so you better have that map out / Introduce you to these n----s that I rap about / All love Lebron, he had to tap out / So dope, double M, we the crack house / Max out what a salary cap about? / Black power, what a n---- about to camp out," he spits.
Alsina is on hook duties as he repeatedly croons, "Take one more shot for the liquor, a little more liquor / And we on that bulls---."
'One More Shot' is tailor-made for that slow drive home from the club after a wild night of partying. Just remember don't drink and drive.
Stalley's 'Ohio' is due to hit stores on Oct. 27. Bottoms up.