BET's Jabari Johnson recently chopped it up with Stalley as a part of their "Face To Face" series. During the interview, the Ohio native talked about how his life and career have changed since he inked a deal with Rick Rozay and company at Maybach Music Group. He explained that although the amount of work he has to accomplish has picked up since the signing, it's been a blessing to align himself with such a great crew of artists.
"Man, just [the] work has changed, work has picked up [since signing with MMG]," he explained. "It's been a lot more shows, a lot of interviews and sit-downs, but it's been a great, great, great, great thing just to be busy [and] just to be in front of different audiences, like I said, being overseas doing shows...things have been picking up and moving beautifully."
Stalley also revealed a few details about his upcoming project Savage Journey to the American Dream, which he says will drop at the top of next year. He also explained the significance behind the project's title and what means for his career.
"I've been in the studio working on the new project Savage Journey to the American Dream, I'm dropping that early next year. It's definitely a growth and a new sound from the last project," he explained. "It's my personal journey [to success] and it's a savage one. It's my personal journey in the pursuit of the American dream. I'm just trying to find the American dream, so to say. A lot of people as individuals, we all have our own definition of what the American dream is to use. I could be living my American dream, I'm not sure, but I'm still on the grind and on the hunt for it, going out and getting everything that I feel I deserve."
The full interview can be seen below.