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Lincoln Way Nights

by Stalley

Lincoln Way Nights by Stalley

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Lincoln Way Nights

by Stalley

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Label: SMC Recordings
Lincoln Way Nights is Stalley's shining moment after years in the underground trenches. Originally released as a free mixtape, this retail version arrives after the Cleveland emcee signed with Maybach Music/Warner Bros., and it includes a disposable remix of the title track with benefactor Rick Ross. The real highlight is Stalley's humble yet determined grind toward rap stardom, a journey that mirrors the working-class stiffs he celebrates in "330," "Slapp" and "Sound of Silence," the latter of which turns Brazilian bossa nova into slow and slumping bliss.

About This Album

Lincoln Way Nights is Stalley's shining moment after years in the underground trenches. Originally released as a free mixtape, this retail version arrives after the Cleveland emcee signed with Maybach Music/Warner Bros., and it includes a disposable remix of the title track with benefactor Rick Ross. The real highlight is Stalley's humble yet determined grind toward rap stardom, a journey that mirrors the working-class stiffs he celebrates in "330," "Slapp" and "Sound of Silence," the latter of which turns Brazilian bossa nova into slow and slumping bliss.

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About This Album

Lincoln Way Nights is Stalley's shining moment after years in the underground trenches. Originally released as a free mixtape, this retail version arrives after the Cleveland emcee signed with Maybach Music/Warner Bros., and it includes a disposable remix of the title track with benefactor Rick Ross. The real highlight is Stalley's humble yet determined grind toward rap stardom, a journey that mirrors the working-class stiffs he celebrates in "330," "Slapp" and "Sound of Silence," the latter of which turns Brazilian bossa nova into slow and slumping bliss.