Roc Marciano over a De La Soul sample? Yep, it sounds as good as it does on paper (or, on screen). On “Hey Love,” the Long Island tough rhymes slinger goes to work over the instrumental to the same titled De La tune from their De La Soul Is Dead album.
The original version itself samples Stevie Wonder’s “Hey Love.” When Hip-Hop Wired spoke to Roc Marci he shared that De La Soul, along with fellow L.I. rappers Rakim and EPMD, were some of his biggest influences coming up.
Yet another nice cut from Marci that won’t be on his forthcoming Reloaded album, in stores November 13th. Listen to “Hey Love” below.
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