Stalley Connects With Migos on 'My Line'

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Stalley attends 106 & Park at BET studio on Oct. 27, 2014 in New York City.

Former Maybach Music Group rapper Stalley has already dropped two albums for 2017, but the grind doesn't stop there. As he readies his forthcoming project Tell The Truth, Shame The Devil, -- out Nov. 17 -- Stalley rolls out his newest single "My Line" and calls up Migos for the assist. 

Quavo's unwavering energy sets the tone for the rest of the song as he and Stalley take turns rapping about people calling their phones to waste their time at the start of "My Line." Quavo's voice is backed by a distorted, demon-like voice and as the beat slows down, Stalley takes over as he raps about money being his sole focus. 

"I've been up counting money since about five in the morning/ No time for interruptions, fill the Goyard with the hundreds/ Silencer on the mac, all my youngins down to punch shit," Stalley raps. From there, Quavo's energy pours over into his verse as he raps, "Don't call my phone you ain't talkin' about nothing/ Don't interrupt my conversation /I'm talking to blue bitches what Migos want/ Quavo got boats on the water/ She whipping that china, she look like Kimora." 

Stalley's upcoming album is his first independent release and is the first installment in a three-part series. 

Listen to "My Line" below. 


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