Stalley Shows That Car-Jacking Didn’t Go Out With The ’90s (Video)

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Fans of N.W.A., The Notorious B.I.G, and Comptons Most Wanted know about jackin’. Whether in Compton or Canarsie, cars at lights were not safe, especially in the early ’90s. Heads with cool and valuable rides could be tested for their wheel at any time when the economy is down, along with the respect for the law.

Stalley, a longtime enthusiast of American-made automobiles, devoted his latest video to just this notion. The Ohio-born ’80s baby and his homies ride in ’60s Chevrolets through the same streets that inspired Menace II Society and Boyz N’ The Hood, over 20 years earlier. The catchy-chorus is meant as innocent, basically showing that cars are still valuable, and predators are always lurkin’ for that Chevy Bowtie.

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