Video: DUS feat. Roc Marciano – Casino [Dallas Penn Edition]
Here’s a 2013 Roc feature that crept under my Rap Radar. Dallas says:
NJ based producer DUS put out this track Casino last year with vocals by Roc Marciano. Did y’all hear it? I hadn’t, but when I came across the song I did what I love to do and created a fanboy video clip using some of the most hardbosy scenes from the movie also named Casino.
Timeless Truth – The Unkut Interview
Superbad Solace and Oprime39 first made some noise with their Brugal & Presidentes EP in 2012, and followed-up with their debut album Rock-It Science the following year. With a new EP and album due soon, it seemed like the perfect time to build with these two brothers from Flushing, Queens to talk about music, their iconic neighborhood and the importance of dressing fresh.
Robbie: Did you both grow-up in Flushing, Queens?
Solace: We moved out here in in 1988 because my father was a building superintendent and he landed a gig right here. We were living in Corona before that and that was a dream job back in the day, so he took the whole family out here.
Oprime: He was a super out in Lefrak at the time and an opportunity popped up in Flushing. We’ve been out here ever since.
Solace: The ill shit with a superintendent job is you also get the rent-free apartment.
Stream: Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth – The Living Daylights
Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth‘s LP is now available for sale on iTunes, but you cab try before you buy with the streaming link below. “Ain’t Nothin’” with Boldy James is my pick of the litter so far.
Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazarath feat. Roc Marciano – Avalon
Brian Ferry so proud right now. The Living Daylights drops 11 February, which just happens to be the 10 year anniversary of Unkut Dot Com…
Video: Roc Marciano feat. Knowledge The Pirate – Slingers
Clip for this Pimpire Strike Back track with The Pirate. Vinyl for this album is dropping on the 18 Feb and can be pre-ordered over here.
Video: Willie The Kid and Bronze Nazareth – The Guilt
The Kid refuses to slow down as he continues to supply us with that work. This is from The Living Daylights project with Bronze Nazareth, which drops 11 Feb.
The Alchemist feat. Action Bronson and Roc Marciano – Pool Hall Hustler
This dropped a week ago but is still worth mentioning regardless, courtesy of The Cutting Room Floor, Volume 3, which compiles some quality ALC loosies that you’ve heard elsewhere into an easily digestible package. Pause.
Download: Retch – Polo Sporting Goods
Some grimey New Jersey material from a kid named Retch, who is also a member of the H’z duo with Da$h. Produced by Thelonious Martin.
Agallah feat. Roc Marciano – Blaze of Glory
Taken from the 8 Off / ALC Past & Present EP dropping 1 Jan.
Video: Willie The Kid – The Pleasantries / Moving Forward
“I’m spilling Jamesone, naming the famous cities I’ve been”. Video for two tracks from the Aquamarine tape.
The Doppelgangaz – Holla x2
New Doppz track from the Peace Kehd LP, due next Feb.
The Unkut 40 Oz. 2013
The time is finally here for the CRC Top 40 for the year. The only rule is a maximum of one song per release, which is why a few people were able to sneak in two entries courtesy of a mixtape or street album. As you’ll see, much of the list is comprised of the usual suspects – we’re not called the Conservative Rap Coalition for nothing…
Download: The Unkut 40 Oz. 2013
Video: Marco Polo feat. The Doppelgangaz – R U Gonna Eat That
The Groggy Pack and Bambi Rose are gafflin’ for left-overs on this cut from Marco Polo‘s PA 2: The Director’s Cut, which has a series of collectible vinyl editions available through Slice of Spice soon.
Sean Price and M-Phazes – Dump In The Gut
Melbourne meets Brownsville for this track from the forthcoming Land of the Crooks EP from Sean Price and M-Phazes.