Everything’s in “Motion” in Stalley’s new video
The track is the intro on his ‘Speak No Blue’ project.
After dropping off his Speak No Blue project earlier this year, Stalley has officially returned to share the music video for the projects intro track. Directed by Frankie Fire, the visual for “Motion” featuring Major Myjah sees a series of different zooming scenes stitched together to bring Stalley’s verse to life:
Gotta keep it fluent for all my solid n***as. These ain’t fans, these just scholars with us. All this hustlin’ to deposit figures. Going for broke, but we ain’t ever broke. Stay with high spirits keep faith over hope. Rubber band bankroll holdin’ higher notes. The type of melody I sing to, that good energy I cling to.
Most recently, Stalley shared a new single at the top of this month titled “No Church” featuring Edd Stark. The aforementioned Speak No Blue is an 8-track project that was released on Sept. 25, just months after his other 2020 release Pariah. He prepped fans for its release by providing a quick taste of what he’s been working on with single “Dinosaur.” Speak No Blue includes features from Major Myjah and Trippie Redd. Stalley released Reflection Of Self: The Head Trip in November last year via Nature Sounds. Prior to that, his albums Ohio, New Wave, and Another Level were released in 2014 and 2017, respectively.
In an interview with REVOLT, the Ohio native reflected on the main impact he hopes to achieve when his fans listen to his art:
“I hope my fans get closer to me. I hope they sit with the album and pay attention to what I’m saying. The second half of the title is called The Head Trip. It’s really taking you on a trip through my head from start to finish. It’s very present of Stalley right now and everything that I’m feeling. I’m hoping that I’m able to inspire them. I want them to strive to be better people because ultimately that’s what I’m reaching towards.”
Check out Stalley’s new “Motion” music video featuring Major Myjah down below.
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