Stalley Lists Dream Collaboration & First Album Ever Purchased for Complex Individuals

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In this episode of Complex Individuals, Stalley shares his greatest risk and dream collaboration. The 30-year-old Massillon, Ohio rapper couldn't just pick one, and with good reason as John Mayer, NasAndrĂ© 3000 and Bruce Springsteen would all make the cut. That sounds like a song idea for MMG's next Self Made compilation.

Stalley also reveals the first album he ever purchased, which was 2pac's debut studio release 2Pacalypse Now. "I think the reason why I bought that album was because of the video 'Trapped,' and when he was in prison he had Digital Underground with him and all those guys in the video with him," he recalls. "That's when 'Humpty Dance' and all that was popping. So when I seen like Shock G and them and the affiliation that he had, I paid attention. Plus the song was really powerful."

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