Born and bred in Massillon, a small town in the working class state of Ohio, a young Kyle Myricks learned the value of blue collar work ethic at a young age. Kyle earned his nickname, the Stallion, because of the grit and determination that characterized his youthful athleticism. This same grit typifies his hometown of Massillon, a small city known for its steel mills and classic American feel. Over the years, Stallion would be shortened to Stalley, and Stalley would physically leave Massillon to pursue music in Brooklyn, New York, but Massillon is never far behind Stalley. Stalley embodies Massillon by emphasizing hard work, classic style and vivid depictions of his life’s journey in his colorful, timeless music.
produced by J Rawls and Liquid crystal project