From The Dirty Sample’s Raw Produce project, available now.
Roc Marciano speaks with Forbes DVD in a rare interview piece. He explains the story behind his name, cites his influences, and says it’s his dream to record an album with MF Doom.
Street-hop fresh fest from A-Villa’s Carry On Tradition hitting November 4th.
Roc Marci on the beat.
Extended posse cut remix with an all new beat of Cormega’s “Industry,” from the Mega Philosophy LP.
Ricky Dubs is back with the 4th and final single from his upcoming album, The Señor Dubs Ep. This time he enlists New York’s Roc Marciano and his right hand man, Knowledge The Pirate, for “Shot A Man.” Roc and Knowledge trade bars with that classic New York slick talk over a choppy blues guitar [cont.]
Apollo Brown releases the first official visual from his latest album, Thirty Eight, once again linking up with New York mercenary Roc Marciano for “Lonely And Cold.” With the sharpest of eyes and the frostbitten wit of a Polo clad hustler slanging in the dead of winter, Marciano delivers his best verses in recent memory, [cont.]
Previously unreleased music from Roc Maricano’s former crew, The UN, which also included Dino Brave, Mike Raw, and Laku. Time For Some Action (Unreleased) by The U.N.
Video animated and Directed by Orign of Futprnts Workshop 2014. “Light Years” ft. Roc Marciano, A.G., O.C., & Godfather III the single from DJ Skizz’s debut producer album B.Q.E. (Brooklyn-Queens Experience). Available on Itunes now.
Roc Marciano spits on Apollo Brown’s track from his THIRTY-EIGHT album on Melo Music Group.
Produced by Preservation. Snippet taken from the 1200 B.C. EP, available here at brownsvilleka.com.
From The Rosario EP by S-Type.
Prepping the final stages of their Winning Team project, Awar & Vanderslice enlist the work of longtime collaborator Roc Marciano for a vivid tale of a home invasion & robbery straight out of a movie. The chilling backdrop provided by Vanderslice and Green Steez illustrates the scenery perfectly for certified street music purists everywhere. The [cont.]
Bonus track from the deluxe version of Apollo Brown’s Thirty-Eight instrumental LP, made available today for free download. Thirty Eight by Apollo Brown
Ten years after its initial & highly slept-on release, Fat Beats Records & Frozen Files are proud to present the first-ever reissue of UN Or U Out, the classic debut album from The UN. Consisting of Roc Marciano, Dino Brave, Mike Raw, and Laku, the UN first emerged on Pete Rock’s 2001 Petestrumentals album, a [cont.]
Man Bites Dog Records is proud to present the new music video “Didn’t Know” from Roc Marciano’s new album Marci Beaucoup featuring Freeway and Knowledge The Pirate. The video shot in the late summer heat in NYC was directed by Roc Marci & R.M.L. Shot and Edited by R.M.L. The song is produced by Roc [cont.]
From Willie and Bronze’s The Living Daylights project, hitting Feb. 11th.
Vice President & M.B.D.R. artist Roc Marciano releases the “Slingers” music video from the mixtape The Pimpire Strikes Back. The song produced by Roc and also features long time collaborator Knowledge The Pirate. The video is directed by Roc & R.M.L and was shot on a 5D Mark III by J. Grove. Edited by R.M.L. [cont.]
Flood Gates opening soon.
With the state of New York rap in flux, Roc Marciano has carved out a nice little niche for himself, with a unique brand of what we like to call “post-boom bap”. The sound of Roc Marciano, as well as like-minded individual, Ka, is that of raw, minimalist, sampled-based production, which is heavy on loops [cont.]
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