Maybach Music Group's Stalley might have only dropped his Savage Journey to the American Dream at the end of March, but it feels like longer than that. He just released the video for his second single, the Soundtrakk-produced "Live at Blossom," and it's directed by Bryan Schlam. The visuals, which mostly focus on Stalley and a laundry list of gold objects, are great because they don't overpower the song at all.
Lyrics about "pretend friends, fake women, the whole nine" are contrasted against everything from a gold grocery cart to what seems like the peak of excess, gold-covered diamonds. Intentional or not, the video for "Blossom" is interesting commentary on success, amplified by the fact that Stalley is signed under the extravagent Rick Ross and reps a set of his own called Blue Collar Gang. Check the video out below.
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