Stalley drops video for “Multimillion Dollar Man” featuring Trippie Redd
The track can be found on his ‘CAKE’ project.
Stalley iss back with another visual, this time for the Trippie Redd-assisted “Multimillion Dollar Man.” For the song’s hook, Trippie slides in with his signature melodic voice for some words about making it out the mud:
I know I’m a multimillion dollar man, but I still act like I’m starving. N***a I was bred that way, it was hard to harvest it./ Now I’m on my way. Now I’m up at the top, different by a margin.
Stalley shared a new single at the top of December 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. He then celebrated another trip around the sun by unleashing his CAKE project. Prior to that, his albums Ohio, New Wave, and Another Level were released in 2014 and 2017, respectively.
In October, Trippie Redd unveiled his third studio album Pegasus, which boasts 26 tracks and assists from PARTYNEXTDOOR, Chris Brown, Rich The Kid, Young Thug, Future, Quavo, Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, and more. The project was well-received, debuting at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 60,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. Trippie Redd also recently shared new visuals for “Love Scars 4” and “Weeeeee,” and assisted Stalley on his Speak No Blue project and linked up Luh Kel for his “Feen” video.
Be sure to watch Stalley’s new music video for “Million Dollar Man” down below.
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