By now, we all know what Roc Marciano is about. Not only is he a pioneer to the sound Griselda is helping make popular right now, the Long Island native is also a beast behind the boards. And this week, he’s laced an entire project for Stove God Cooks that is straight up raw and uncut dope.
Last heard rocking alongside Conway and Busta Rhymes on the Nottz-laced “Ghost Muzik” last year (as Aaron Cooks), the Syracuse-bred rapper–who’s signed to Busta’s The Conglomerate Entertainment imprint–is back in the kitchen with the release of his debut album, Reasonable Drought.
Equipped with a dozen tracks, with Roc Marci providing the backdrop to some serious brick talk, the album can be heard below. Press play and be sure to add Reasonable Drought wherever you consume music.