Lonely & Cold was originally released in April as part of Apollo Brown‘s latest beat tape. Dope instrumentals never remain un-blazed for long, though, and this one is no exception. Long Island phenom Roc Marciano does the honors, his deadpan flow sounding right at home over Apollo’s mournful soul samples and gritty boom-bap rhythm section. Jay Brown‘s black-and-white visuals, debuted earlier today on Noisey, round out the package. You can find the instrumental version of Lonely and many more quality beats on Thirty Eight, out now online. Additionally, be sure to check out Brown’s recent appearance on Mass Appeal‘s Rhythm Roulette series.
Written by richard on 07/28/14
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