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Roc Marciano blesses us with a stray joint called “Sweet Nothings.” The MC drops the succinct but deadly quotables he’s known for over eerie flutes and subtle drums courtesy of production outfit the Arch Druids. The song won’t be appearing on Marci’s forthcoming sophomore album, Reloaded, which now has a release date of November 13th via Decon Records. This track clearly didn’t make the cut because of space issues because the quality is there. Hip-Hop Wired was granted an opportunity to get an early listen to the album and it is on par (if not better, seriously) with the Long Island rapper’s sterling debut, Marcberg.

Word is we should also be getting Marci Beaucoup (which focuses on his production) sometime before Reloaded. The more Roc Marci music the merrier. Listen to “Sweet Nothings” after the break.



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Photo: Roc Marciano