Cormega & Roc Marciano Flex Rugged Flows With No Filter (Audio)

From Queensbridge to Hempstead, Cormega and Roc Marciano represent that old New York City. Both MCs have been able to stay fresh and innovative, while always tapping into the sounds and the maneuvers of the 1980s and 1990s. Their music has bravado, street-wise sensibility, and a slickness that’s hard to match.

“No Filter” is the latest intersection of the two M.A.R.S. members. With a sparse Marco Polo beat that feels as though it belongs in a ’70s heist flick, these MCs go into their rhyme books for styles that brought them here. ‘Mega raps much like he did on The Realness in content and delivery, while Marci’s short, potent bars complement the track eloquently. DJ Skizz gets on the turntables to add that extra element, making this sound like a 1990s-something 12″ that every Head needed two copies of.

Think Heads’ll get more from M.A.R.S.?

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