Roc Marciano just announced his intentions to round out the year on a productive-tear, with a best-case scenario of 3 more projects by year-end. I'll do the math if you can't: that's a one album per month on average if he starts right now. Mind you, he did say might, so there's a remote possibility he might come up short. In addition to his ambitious projection, Roc Marciano released the video for his latest collaboration with DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill fame, which you can view at the bottom of the page.

Of the intended projects, one is a sure deal: a rapper-producer collaborative album with DJ Muggs predicated the aforementioned video single "Sh*t I'm On." The album titled KAOS follows a productive for both participating, with Muggs enjoying a keep-busy 2018 with a solo project called Dia Del Asesinato, as well as group effort with Cypress Hill entitled Elephants On Acid, the latter dropping last week. 

Roc Marciano has kept himself busy for the most part, releasing two heavily stylized albums, promoted exclusively via his online store: RR2: The Bitter Dose, now available on streaming platforms, and the more recent Busta Rhymes-assisted effort titled Behold a Dark Horse.

Efforts by 2DopeBoyz to uncover the release date for the Muggs-Roc Marciano KAOS project have proven fruitless. Reports across the Web have listed the release date as October 9th, 12th, and 19th, none more authenticated than the other. What do you think of Roc Marciano's output in 2018, comment below?