Roc Marciano locks in with celebrated producer The Alchemist for their highly anticipated collaboration, The Elephant Man's Bones.

The Syracuse, N.Y. rapper and singer gets stellar production from Roc Marciano and does all the heavy lifting himself vocally.

Roc Marciano has had himself quite a productive 2018 with the release of two solo albums, RR2: The Bitter Dose, Behold A Dark Horse, and Kaos, a collaborative project with DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill fame. Fans of Roc Marci know that he’s just as nice on the boards as he is with the verses, and […]

Roc Marciano is a rapper’s rapper, a lyricist’s lyricist if you will. The culture is united in celebration as the Long Island wordsmith unveiled his latest album, Behold A Dark Horse to the masses.

There was a lot happening this holiday weekend, but don’t let snoozing on Roc Marciano be one of them. The Long Island spitter returns with his new album, Rosebudd’s Revenge. 

As rap fans await what’s in store for the second half of 2016, a handful of new artist made their presence felt during the first six months of the year. Let the Internets tell it, Lil Yachty could be the most polarizing.

As Roc Marciano devotees patiently await the release of Rosebudd’s Revenge, which will be accompanied by a short film of the same name, we get a new video for a burner called “Wit No Pressure.” The track is off Ras Beats’ just released Control Your Own project.

Sometimes you get trap Wiz Khalifa. In other moments, the Taylor Gang founds approaches his songs a bit more melodically like on “More And More.”

Prodigy and Roc Marciano on an Alchemist produced track? Hell yes. Such is the case with “In Heaven’s Home,” off the the BAU Presents The Good Book project by The Alchemist & Budgie.

It’s another day, another play when The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week. As always, only the select few clips of cinematic goodness get burn around these parts.

“My ni**as hold more heat than a fever,” spits Roc Marciano. If you can appreciate that line, you’re surely a fan of the Long Island MC. 

Action Bronson and Roc Marciano have become a more than formidable duo after a few collaborations. This time, they team up on a new track called “Pool Hall Hustler” that appears on The Alchemist‘s The Cutting Room Floor 3.