Video: Roc Marciano Interview w/ Out Da Box TV Pt. 1

Marci speaks on how his Hempstead neighborhood and the era he grew up during influenced him, how the Marcberg sound came together, his flow on “We Do It” and much more.

Previously: Roc Marciano – Emeralds (Video)


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14 Responses to “Video: Roc Marciano Interview w/ Out Da Box TV Pt. 1”

  1. charles lee ray Says:

    marcberg>>>>>>

  2. London Bloke Says:

    Video: Nas’s From “Queens Bridge to an IRS bid”

  3. Jersey*Made*me Says:

    relax my g

    we politicking, didn’t mean to strike a nerve

    my stances on homes, neighborhoods, and private property are ironclad though

    ^^

    Yeah I hear you,but I just hope you ain’t naive enough to think you matter in the scheme of America.

    You ain’t got the complexion for the protection,just like Trayvon Martin.

    So all your little shit you acquire and hold dear is a fool’s gold,an illusion even. When your number gets called,and you gotta face that beast called he police force and racism,your stance and your MF dome is getting split wide the fuck open. That’ll clear shit up for you.

  4. London Bloke Says:

    Video: Nas’ From “Queens Bridge to a lean fridge”

  5. charles lee ray Says:

    hulkshare.com/wpi7lzqnxeke

  6. Absence of heat Says:

    I always made sure that if a homie liked a broad. I wouldn’t be around when he pushing up. Or I’d be certain to make my interactions limited. My aura is that of a gawd. And naturally they are drawn to me. It wouldn’t be fair.

    To see your homie relentlessly pushing up on a broad and the whole time she giving you the eye. >>><<<

  7. Absence of heat Says:

    Video nas: the lobby steps to ungodly disrespect

    Video nas: classic album to tragic outcome.

    Sorry esco

  8. Kush Kennedy Says:

    @clr

    I actually like the low-quality of Land’s verse, its a good contrast to your’s and it gives it an authentic feeling because I know how that is.

    And your verse, nice simple-yet effective bar structure. Liked the verse

    Hook was better than your last track. Beat was wavy

    I liked the track.

  9. charles lee ray Says:

    Good looks kush k. I feel the same way .

  10. Harlem World Says:

    # Absence of heat Says:
    April 2nd, 2012 at 11:17 am

    Video nas: the lobby steps to ungodly disrespect

    Video nas: classic album to tragic outcome.

    Sorry esco

    ====================
    wow

    never thought cOLD would do the nwo spray paint on Nas unconscious carcass, no homo

  11. Bricktop Says:

    So all your little shit you acquire and hold dear is a fool’s gold,an illusion even.
    ^
    I apply this theory to everything in life, not just American culture. We live a pyrite life to the fullest extent. Everybody is guilty, but it’s the ones who comprehend this concept who have the hardest time coping. Ignorance is bliss.

  12. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    . My aura is that of a gawd. And naturally they are drawn to me. It wouldn’t be fair.

    ^nahright.com

  13. S.I.C.K Says:

    Allow me to reiterate. “The Dirty Slums “>>>

    God Sent>>>
    Beats and Break>>>

    If it aint scrunching your face up on the train making whites scared, I don’t respect it.

  14. Danny Ocean Says:

    Yeah I hear you,but I just hope you ain’t naive enough to think you matter in the scheme of America.

    ^
    look fam. I’m from the Jim Crow south my damn self, and I’m fully aware of the racial undertones in this incident. you preaching to the choir.

    if you read my comments, you saw where I prefaced them by saying I wasn’t commenting specifically on the Trayvon Martin case…moreso related themes that were tied into it, such as neighborhood watch, private property, right to bear arms, etc.

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