Stalley will be travelling throughout his home state of Ohio next month, a nine-date trek he's deemed as the No Place Like Home Tour. To celebrate this homecoming, the 31-year-old rapper has released his new music video for "Long Way Down," which features vocalist Crystal Torres. Directed by BMike, the video offers a snapshot of life in the Midwest with Stalley rapping about the everyday struggles. "Even though we're struggling black kids/The fact is we're just hustling so the dirt lift," he spits over Soundtrakk's militant beat.

"Long Way Down" is off Stalley's 2013 mixtape Honest Cowboy, which is also available for purchase in EP form on iTunes. For more info on Stalley's tour, visit his official website. Expect to see a documentary on the tour soon afterward, which will be filmed by Ohio native Paul Meara.

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