From Roc Marciano‘s rhymes, it was clear the man was deep in the game, but it turns out that he may have been even Deeper than we’d imagined. On a fresh song release off his latest independent full-length, the Hampstead, New York rhymesayer admits that he’s so immersed in the hustle that he’s not entirely sure he’ll make it out alive. Despite that twinge of self-doubt, he remains unflappably cool and collected, lacing his own sampled production with his usual low-key lyrical flames. 13th Witness directs the record’s official visuals. Fans can find Deeper, previously-featured singles Nine Spray and Thread Count, and much more on Reloaded, out now via Decon Records.
Written by richard on 12/7/12
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