Roc Marciano’s – “Marcielago”
Marcielago also serves as a reflection of his 20-year career and its summation comes on the closing two tracks “Joe Jackson” and “Legacy.” He discusses how he wasn’t embraced at first but stay the course with personal sacrifice and didn’t use features on other legends like his initial stints with legends such as Busta Rhymes and Pete Rock as his calling card.
Hearing the blood-splattered diary readings of Roc Marciano is like encountering an elderly mobster who elicits sobering feelings of fear, respect and wonder of fashioning evil and elegance can be effortlessly balanced.
“This is a young man’s game ’til I bust your ass,” he barks on “Sayvali.”
Marcielago shows that he remains Roc of all ages to heed his word and blades of steel.
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