Roc Marciano & Action Bronson Catch Some Old School Soul on The 456 (Audio)

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Yesterday (December 9), Roc Marciano dropped his third studio album, Marci Beaucoup. The Man Bites Dog Records projects features Roc on the boards, and Roc in the booth, but unlike 2010’s Marcberg, and 2012’s Reloaded, he opens up his lab to guests.

Along with A.G., Freeway, Blu, Evidence, and many more, Action Bronson—another New Yorker whose history goes back a long way before the blogs started showing love appears. The two (who are supposedly in the burgeoning M.A.R.S. collective together) hop on a crooning loop, and describe their elements with that grit and grime that’s made both welcome counter-balances to the neon-Rap era.


The full-length LP may be the last truly compelling album in 2013. Give it a listen if this type of flow is your twist.

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