Showing posts with label Roc Marciano. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Roc Marciano. Show all posts

Sim-E - Sole Progression (ft. Roc Marciano)

Sim-E - Sole Progression (ft. Roc Marciano) (Essence of Hip-Hop)

Brooklyn hip-hop artist Sim-E comes through with the first single from his upcoming "Sim-City" project, which is his second release and his first solo LP. The track is called "Sole Progression" and it's fire, featuring Sim-E sharing the mic with hip-hop veteran Roc Marciano over a crazy instrumental thats definitely got me nodding my head. "Sim-City" is set to drop in July of 2014 and will feature guest appearances from Roc Marciano, Smif-N-Wessun, Prince Po, Planet Asia, Chance Infinite, Strong Arm Steady, and others. Peep the single and the tracklisting below.

Tracklist:
01. Intro Feat Shabaam Sahdeeq
02. Sole Progression Feat Roc Marciano
03. Paramedixxx (Keep It Goin Remix) Feat Smif-N-Wessun
04. Bang^2 Feat Planet Asia, Chace Infinite, MeccaGodzilla, & Prince Po
05. Heatstroke Feat Strong Arm Steady
06. Yo Mama (Snap Break)
07. Believin’
08. Alright Feat Sean Price
09. Tired Feat Sadat X
10. Hazin’ (Smoke Break) Feat Olu
11. Str8 Outta...Feat Rahsaan (aka DJ Fly Guy) & Ruste Juxx
12. Cry Feat Rock (Of Heltah Skeltah), Torae, & Quelle Chris
13. Outro (WAR Break) Feat W.A.R Media



Shinobi Stalin - Energon / Granite (Featuring Roc Marciano)



Orlando hip-hop artist Shinobi Stalin just released some visuals for his tracks "Energon" and "Granite", both of which are cuts off of his "Invisible Man" album that dropped back in January. The first track, "Energon", is the more energetic of the two and features Shinobi Stalin kicking some introspective rhymes over a dope Reeplay instrumental. "Granite", on the other hand, is much darker and features Stalin trading bars with one of my favorite emcees, Roc Marciano, over a Tempermental instrumental.

The Dice Academy and The Lost Tapes - Uprising

The Dice Academy and claaa7 over on The Lost Tapes just dropped a crazy compilation project full of nothing but that head nodding, boom-bap sound that I'm a huge fan of. The project features new and previously unreleased joints from a wide variety of newcomers and veterans, ranging from Hell Razah and Da Beatminerz to MidaZ The Beast and Paranom & Purpose. This shit is absolute fire. Peep the tracklisting, as well as the full album, below.

01.) Silent Knight - This Is It [Remix] (Produced by Varan)
02.) Heavenly Cartel (Hell Razah & Tokyo Cigar) - Book of 7 Fists [Remix]
03.) Tony Moreaux - Numbers On The Board [Freestyle]
04.) DJ Duke & Spicco - Operation Condor (Produced by DJ Duke)
05.) Paranom & Purpose - Godiva (Produced By Purpose)
06.) Soundsci - Entrapment (Produced by Ollie Teeba) [of The Process]
07.) Tokyo Cigar & The Militia - Thin Rope (Produced By The Militia)
08.) ASN - Everybody Got It (Produced by Da Beatminerz)
09.) The Iceberg Theory - ARC [Interlude] (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)
10.) Keb0 - Downfall (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)
11.) Manti Carlo - Half of The Pie (Produced by M-Credible)
12.) Tony Moreaux - 3 AM in Lynne [Freestyle]
13.) Blue Legacy - Sushi (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)
14.) Blue Legacy - Benjamins [Freestyle] (feat. Iceberg Theory, Tokyo Cigar, Tony Moreaux, Frozenberg & Manti Carlo)
15.) Tribe of Judah - The Spill (Produced by Black Jeruz)
16.) Rasheed Chappell - Connect Thoughts [Remix] (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)
17.) Prince Original - Freestyle (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)
18.) MidaZ The Beast - F.N.U. (Produced By Tough Junkie)
19.) Tony Moreaux - Incarcerated Scarfaces [Freestyle]
20.) MF Grimm & Drasar Monumental - Time (Produced by Drasar Monumental)
21.) 7 G.E.M.S. (Tragic Allies & Tragedy Khadafi) & Roc Marciano - Presume The Unpredictable (Produced by Purpose)
22.) ASN - Calling Out [and the list goes on...] (Produced by Tokyo Cigar)

*Executive Produced by M-Credible (of M-Phatik Soundz)
*In Association with Gravity Control Music
*Arranged & Compiled by J. Ekberg and Tokyo Cigar

The Alchemist and Budgie (ft. Prodigy and Roc Marciano) - In Heavens Home

The first single from the upcoming "BAU Presents: The Good Book" album just dropped and its banging. The song is called "In Heavens Home" and features verses from Prodigy and Roc Marciano over a mellow gospel sample instrumental. The mostly instrumental album is entirely centered around gospel samples and is produced by The Alchemist and Budgie (UK), but will also feature verses from Action Bronson, Domo Genesis, Blu, Prodigy, Roc Marciano, J Rocc, Mick Luter and A$ton Matthews. The project is limited to only 1,000 copies, so head on over to GetOnDown.com and pick yourself up a copy before they are gone.

DUS - Casino (feat. Roc Marciano)

Hip-hop producer DUS comes through with some visuals for his track "Casino", which features Hempstead emcee Roc Marciano. The song is one of my favorite cuts off of the New Jersey based producers latest album, "Ambassadors", which you can pick up on over to www.dusjustblazed.com.


DUS featuring ROC MARCIANO - 'CASINO' from dallas penn on Vimeo.

Willie The Kid featuring Roc Marciano - Avalon (prod. by Bronze Nazareth)

Willie The Kid (who released one of 2013's best mixtapes with his "Aquamarine" project) and Wu-Tang affiliate Bronze Nazareth are dropping a collaborative album, titled "The Living Daylights", on February 11, 2014. The duo just released another cut from the album, "Avalon", that features Hempstead emcee Roc Marciano and its dope as hell. I have a feeling this album is going to be straight fire.

Roc Marciano - Marci Beaucoup (Review)

Roc Marciano - Marci Beaucoup

"Marci Beaucoup" is the third studio album from Hempstead emcee Roc Marciano. The album features guest appearances from Evidence, Ka, Guilty Simpson, Cormega, Action Bronson and others and is fully produced by Roc Marciano himself. It was released on December 10, 2013 via Man Bites Dog Records.

Endemic - Capos (featuring Roc Marciano, P.R. Terrorist and Kevlaar 7)

UK producer Endemic returns, this time with his latest single, "Capos", which features verses from Roc Marciano, P.R. Terrorist (of Killarmy) and Kevlaar 7 (of The Wisemen). The song is the second single off of Endemic's upcoming album "Terminal Illness 2", which will also feature Masta Killa, Cappadonna, Planet Asia, Skyzoo, DJ Switch, Bronze Nazareth, Salute Da Kidd, Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple, Bugsy Da God, Cyrus Malachi, Tesla's Ghost, Ray Vendetta, Sav Killz, Supreme, Darkim be Allah, Prodigal Sunn, William Cooper and M9. The full album will be dropping November 26 on No Cure Records.

Roc Marciano - The Pimpire Strikes Back (Review)

Roc Marciano - The Pimpire Strikes Back

 "The Pimpire Strikes Back" is the latest mixtape from New York emcee/producer Roc Marciano. The mixtape features guest appearances from Action Bronson, Willie the Kid, Meyhem Lauren, Cormega and Knowledge The Pirate as well as production from Roc Marciano, Madlib, Alchemist and others. It was released for free on November 5, 2013 over on DatPiff.com.

Roc Marciano featuring Cormega - Ruff Town (Video)

Roc Marciano just released a new video for the song "Ruff Town", which features Queensbridge emcee Cormega. The song is produced by Roc Marciano and its really ill. Check it out below. Also check out my review for Roc Marciano's latest album, "Reloaded", which is one of the best hip-hop albums of 2012.



Roc Marciano - Ruff Town (featuring Cormega)

Roc Marciano just released a new song, titled "Ruff Town", that features Queensbridge emcee Cormega. I'm not sure where this track is supposed to end up or if its just a loosie, but it's dope either way. Check it out below. Also check out Roc Marciano's latest album, "Reloaded", which is one of the best albums of 2012.

Roc Marciano - Reloaded (Review)

Roc Marciano - Reloaded (Review)

Roc Marciano is a former member of Busta Rhyme's Flipmode Squad who left the group back in 2001 to form his own group The U.N. A few mixtapes later, the New York based producer/emcee went solo and has since dropped two studio albums and a collaborate EP with Gangrene. His second album, Reloaded, was released in late 2012 and is probably one of my favorite albums from last year. Click to read the full review of Reloaded.