J Stalin definitely went in with his newest street single "Stay Strapped". To me, as a pure fan, I have not got a good gritty street anthem from J Stalin in this form since Richie Rich's "Nixon Pryor and Roundtree", where J Stalin brought you "D-Boy", and really marked a name for himself as a hard upcoming street rapper.
His new single "Stay Strapped" is a far left from the standard production that you hear J Stalin sporting. This song has the vibe of a Atlanta trap record, and even J Stalins flow is slowed down, and has a total chopped and screwed vibe. Lyrically I am pleased to see that J Stalin still makes records like this. Definitely go check it out its available on iTunes, and on All Bay Music Magazine and DJ Smokeybears new mixtape "MIA to the BAY".
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