Roc Marciano Songs

  • Pool Hall Hustler
    Pool Hall Hustler
    The Alchemist unveiled the artwork and tracklist for an upcoming project, The Cutting Room Floor 3, yesterday. Now he's followed that up with the lead single, which was decided on by the fans. I'M GONNA LET YOU A&R THE PROJECT. YOU PICK THE SINGLE & I"LL DROP IT TODAY. GO.
  • 456
    A choice cut from Roc Marciano's new album Marci Beacoup, featuring frequent collaborator Action Bronson on the assist. The track's title was directly inspired by Kool G Rap's classic of the same name.  Hit the iTunes link to cop the album. It comes highly recommended.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Pouches Of Tuna
    Pouches Of Tuna
    Give Pouches Of Tuna a spin - it's a new offering from Action Bronson & Party Supplies, featuring Roc Marciano. It was dropped on Monday, March 12th, 2012. Action Bronson & Party Supplies's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Pouches Of Tuna . His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • Lonely & Cold
    Lonely & Cold
    We've overlooked Detroit producer Apollo Brown for too long now. The Mello Music Group signee has worked with some of the most respected artists in the game, including but not limited to Ghostface, DITC, Onyx, Chino XL, D12, OC, Danny Brown and Rass Kass, and he shows no signs of slowing his roll. 
  • A Hustler's Soliloquy
    A Hustler's Soliloquy
    Listen to A Hustler's Soliloquy (Prod. By A-Villa) , the new track by Roc Marciano, which was dropped on Tuesday, October 29th, 2013. Roc Marciano's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and A Hustler's Soliloquy (Prod. By A-Villa) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Roc Marciano debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Industry (Deluxe Remix)
    Industry (Deluxe Remix)
    Back in July, Cormega shared a historic remix of his track "Industry" that reunited Queens' legendary Juice Crew, and now he's dropped off another one.
  • In Heaven's Home
    In Heaven's Home
    Producers The Alchemist and Budgie have teamed up with entrepreneur Frank The Butcher and his entertainment label BAU Music / All Is Fair Agency to release an upcoming collaborative project titled The Good Book. To go with that, Alchemist and Budgie have decided to share a new release off the project today titled “In Heaven's Home”, which features verses from Roc Marciano and Mobb Deep's Prodigy, who rap over some slow and soul-searching production. Give it a listen below.
  • Sincerely Antique
    Sincerely Antique
    Roc Marciano's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Sincerely Antique (Prod. By Alchemist) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Roc Marciano debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Broad Daylight
    Broad Daylight
    AWAR and Vanderslice's upcoming joint tape The Winning Team has already given us two dope tracks: "Reincarnation" and "Cadillac Grills," which also features Troy Ave. The project drops in July, but before that, the producer / MC duo have decided to give us one more cut from the project.
  • Three Sixty Five
    Three Sixty Five
    Following the Fall of 2013, in which he dropped both The Pimpire Strikes Back and Marci Beaucoup, Long Island's Roc Marciano has remained uncharacteristically quiet. Today, we get a new track, not from one of his upcoming projects, but from one by producer The Dirty Sample.
  • Crime And Punishment
    Crime And Punishment
    We don't know much about Massachusetts producer Cyrus Tha Great, but after hearing "Crime and Punishment," we'll be on the lookout for his debut album, King Kong Ain't Got Shit On Me. Two weeks before the album release date (June 19), Cyrus has given us "Crime and Punishment," featuring one of the finest lyricists from the New York underground, Roc Marciano. 
  • Live From The Villa
    Live From The Villa
    Chicago producer A-Villa has been able to corral some big names for his debut album, Carry On Tradition. Earlier this month, he linked up with Big K.R.I.T., Termanology and Inspectah Deck for "The Colosseum," the first track we'd heard from the project, and now Action Bronson, Roc Marciano and Willie The Kid step up to assist him on "Live From The Villa."
  • Avalon
    Willie The Kid is collaborating with producer Bronze Nazareth for a project called The Living Daylights. "Avalon" is the latest leak from the new effort, which will be available February 11th. Bronze pulls from the same sample source as Dre and Snoop's iconic "Last Episode", but allows the sample to breathe a little more, ultimately supplying a completely different vibe to the Chronic 2001 track. Roc Marciano joins the duo, supplying some colorful imagery in his 16.
  • Murdah Type Thinkin
    Murdah Type Thinkin
    Sean Price and the Australian-born producer M-Phaze return today with another cut from their forthcoming joint effort, Land Of The Crooks, which arrives on December 17th. Price recruits Roc Marciano and DJ Devastate for the bass-driven, slightly electronic, yet still rugged record. You can pre-order the project on iTunes. Quotable Lyrics
  • No Filter
    No Filter
    It's been a while since we've heard from either of these characters, but they surface together today with the hard-hitting "No Filter." "No Filter" has become a common pop culture reference these days, however Cormega and Roc Marciano aren't talking about Instagram hashtags here. In fact, it's pretty social-minded, with an audio clip from Malcolm X referencing the police and the white press. Marco Polo handles the gritty boom-bap production ensuring it has the old school touch, with cuts from DJ Skizz. 
  • Patina
    The Purist may be from the UK, but his sound is anything but. The sample-heavy beats he's been making for artists like Your Old Droog, Danny Brown, and Mick Jenkins, sound like the work of someone who grew up on Madlib and J Dilla rather than Roll Deep. 
  • The Specialist
    The Specialist
    Give The Specialist (Prod. By Pete Rock) a listen - it's a new offering from Roc Marciano. It was dropped on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013. Roc Marciano's musical situation is improving with every new release, and The Specialist (Prod. By Pete Rock) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Roc Marciano has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Roc Marciano has in store.
  • Shotguns In Hell
    Shotguns In Hell
    Roc Marciano hit us with two solid full-lengths at the tail end of last year. First we got the Pimpire Strikes Back mixtape, with the rapper's third studio album, Marci Beaucoup dropping a month later.We'll have to wait and see if the New York emcee has something similar up his sleeve this year, but today he's given us a new verse over  Apollo Brown’s “Shotguns In Hell” instrumental.
  • Bruh Man
    Bruh Man
    Check out Bruh Man, the latest track from Roc Marciano, which dropped on Thursday, February 21st, 2013. Roc Marciano's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Bruh Man has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Roc Marciano has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Roc Marciano has on deck.
  • Medusa
    Bump Medusa (Prod. By The Alchemist), the latest cut from Willie The Kid which features Action Bronson & Roc Marciano on the assist. It dropped on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013. Willie The Kid's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Medusa (Prod. By The Alchemist) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Willie The Kid stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
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