Video: Timeless Truth – Leave It Alone (Prod. by Roc Marciano)

Solace and OPrime are re-releasing their 2012 EP, Brugal & Presidentes, on limited edition cassette in conjunction with Strictly Cassettes. To mark the event, they shot a new video for the EP’s Roc Marciano produced cut “Leave It Alone”.

Spotted: Mass Appeal

Previously: Timeless Truth – Brugal & Presidentes EP | Timeless Truth – Wherever We Go (Video)


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44 Responses to “Video: Timeless Truth – Leave It Alone (Prod. by Roc Marciano)”

  1. rex hussla Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    February 7th, 2013 at 1:55 pm
    Spitta show>>>><<<<

    Packed with 3k late teens, early twenty niggas n kizzas. Limited breezys, hypebeasts and hella weed smoke. Standing in ultra close quarters all throw in up jets singin eery lyric

    Fun, but have in to listen to corner boy p, fiend, roddy, trade, roddy AND trade, dee low and various others for 2+ hours until da gawd comes on is wack!!!!

    ^

    co-sign…Currensy's show was mad underwhelming when I saw him a couple months back. The crowd was damn near asleep by the time he came out. I mean, no lie…he really did make the crowd suffer through a couple hours of that shit, and that was after local acts. Cats were done by the time Spitta came out [ll]

  2. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    good weed and broads
    spaceships & stars
    roll out the red carpet but hold the applause

  3. General Glamour Says:

    why? Says:
    February 7th, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    I quit my job the day Power leaked. Was listening to it on repeat before giving my two week notice. Good times..

    ^

    LOL

  4. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    the neptunes >>>>____

  5. General Glamour Says:

    That’s why I like festivals

    The main acts just come out and do their thing

  6. rex hussla Says:

    Like…Cornerboy P, Roddy and Trademark should never be getting 40 minutes of solo stage time at a paid event. Let’s be real. They could rock a set together [ll]…but that solo shit is for an open mic or some shit.

  7. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    neptunes beats in their prime

    opened my mind

    i had alex jones style melt downs to their beats

  8. General Glamour Says:

    Interviewer: So what’s up with Rick Ross ? I heard he went through something last wee–

    Meek: Mayne, people get shot at everyday ! Sheee He okay

  9. why? Says:

    Have to admit roc marciano solo tracks are boring as fuck. If it ain’t alchemist and marciano than no thanks.

  10. General Glamour Says:

    Yall actually convinced me to listen to Roc Marciano

    Not for the General

  11. Gob Bluth Says:

    lee harveys

    ^

    Who was dude ?? nigga disapeared after that verse

  12. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    frenchy lookin like a gay arabic street vendor on that cover

  13. Casket Face Says:

    “Yo b, turn the speakers up money, yo gawd, yo I got mad skills” – Snoop Lion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X_JJeVJLFc

    *DEAD*

    …ultimate disrespect.

  14. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Smh man
    Been bumpin all this ol school Wayne hella memories as a youth
    Wayne convinced me he was da GOAT back then
    02-06 All Wayne and Dipset everything

  15. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    Like…Cornerboy P, Roddy and Trademark should never be getting 40 minutes of solo stage time at a paid event. Let’s be real. They could rock a set together [ll]…but that solo shit is for an open mic or some shit.
    ============

    its true

  16. General Glamour Says:

    Wayne convinced me he was da GOAT back then

    ^

    I was convinced

    Shit, even Hov was convinced

    The talent was undeniable

  17. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    i would be mad at the xxl cover but theres a free max b shirt on it

    saying ny is coming back, ny on the way back <<<<<<<

    at this point i just wanna hear good music, wether they from alaska or paris idgaf

    biggest rapper in the game is from canada smh

  18. Casket Face Says:

    The talent was undeniable

    ^^^

    The desperate need for something that sybolized talent was undeniable…

    that was white-t, lean with wit rock wit it, jam bo, big suddy ugly Atlanta mutants and troglodytes times to shine.

    Wayne was face that the south needed that was a little harder than Luda and younger than T.I. because TIP represented old school ATL.

  19. General Glamour Says:

    The desperate need for something that sybolized talent was undeniable…

    that was white-t, lean with wit rock wit it, jam bo, big suddy ugly Atlanta mutants and troglodytes times to shine.

    Wayne was face that the south needed that was a little harder than Luda and younger than T.I. because TIP represented old school ATL.

    ^

    C’mon mayne

    Wayne talent was way bigger than just that

    He was the young sleek D’Boy

    He was the Southern gutta Hov

    In his prime

  20. Gob Bluth Says:

    Birdman Ghostwriters <<<<<<<<<<<<

    Fuck is wrong with them niggas

  21. General Glamour Says:

    The guy tore up the mixtape scene

    Then sold a Millie in a week

    It was bigger than Dem Franchize Boyz and TI

  22. General Glamour Says:

    Shyea
    I’m right here, in my chair
    With my crown and my dear
    Queen B, as I share
    Mic time with my heir
    Young Carter, go farther
    Go further, go harder
    Is that not why we came?
    And if not, then why bother?
    Show no mercy in Murciélaga’s
    Far from being the bastard that Marcy had fathered
    Now my name’s been mentioned with the Martyrs
    The Biggie’s and the Pac’s, and the Marley’s and the Marcus’
    Garvey, got me a Molotov cocktail
    Flow, even if you box well, can’t stop the blows
    Kaboom! The Roc Boy in the room
    The Dopebwoyy just came off the spoon
    Also, I’m so fly I’m on auto-
    Pilot, where guys just, stare at my wardrobe
    I see euros, that’s right, plural
    I took so much change from this rap game it’s your go
    Young!

    ^

    Selfish Hov wrote that about Weezy

    No homo but we were all under his spell

  23. KING SOLOMON Says:

    02-06 All Wayne and Dipset everything
    ^
    Idk how yall keep talking top 10 top 5 doa and ya aint mentioning Killa

  24. General Glamour Says:

    Killa is top 10 / top 5 in the C-Section

  25. Casket Face Says:

    C’mon mayne

    Wayne talent was way bigger than just that

    He was the young sleek D’Boy

    He was the Southern gutta Hov

    In his prime

    ^^^

    Perfect timing nothing more …at that point he’s been in the game for 7-8 years.

    No young kids could compare except Juelz, and Juelz was more swag than lyrics.

    His delivery changed after The Carter like Gillie suggested ..let’s not forget Spitta ran with them back then too, Wayne started that weed/codiene life-style rap JUST LIKE SPITTA…coincidence?

    After Gillie popped shit Wayne started fuckin with Drake, auto-tuned it to DEATH. His verses started to decline.

    They still are…which is why he’s morphing into a young snoop dog because white folks still support Wayne…the hood has moved on.

  26. General Glamour Says:

    Perfect timing nothing more …at that point he’s been in the game for 7-8 years.

    No young kids could compare except Juelz, and Juelz was more swag than lyrics.

    His delivery changed after The Carter like Gillie suggested ..let’s not forget Spitta ran with them back then too, Wayne started that weed/codiene life-style rap JUST LIKE SPITTA…coincidence?

    After Gillie popped shit Wayne started fuckin with Drake, auto-tuned it to DEATH. His verses started to decline.

    They still are…which is why he’s morphing into a young snoop dog because white folks still support Wayne…the hood has moved on.

    ^

    Drake, Gillie and Curren$y

    3 people who will never sell as much as Wayne did in his prime

    It wasn’t just timing

    It was skill, those records still bang

    The lyrics still slice like a ginsu

    Timing would be 50 Cent’s catolog after GRODT

    Yes they were hit because 50 was a superstar but if you go back and listen to them now they are lackluster

  27. KING SOLOMON Says:

    Being a BK kid and most my homies was cripping i didnt wanna fuck with purple city gang
    But Killa was undeniable, I went against my principle.
    Smh @ the shit that mattered during jhs and hs

  28. General Glamour Says:

    His delivery changed after The Carter like Gillie suggested ..let’s not forget Spitta ran with them back then too, Wayne started that weed/codiene life-style rap JUST LIKE SPITTA…coincidence?

    After Gillie popped shit Wayne started fuckin with Drake, auto-tuned it to DEATH. His verses started to decline.

    ^

    Wayne was a way better rapper than Curren$y back then check the records it’s not even close

    Wayne came to NY and started soaking up the DipSet swag than crushed Juelz on every record they shared

    It wasn’t just timing

    Wayne made a conscious decision to start singing and autotuning

    Why ? I dunno but I would assume like you said he had been rapping since 11 and got bored of wrecking everything and needed a challenge

    Not going to say that turned out well especially with jail stays ruining his momentum but to not acknowledge his skill during his prime is crazy to me

  29. Gob Bluth Says:

    Yes they were hit because 50 was a superstar but if you go back and listen to them now they are lackluster

    ^

    Opinion

  30. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    currently playin wayne rapping over that Franchize Boyz-Oh I think they like me lmaaaaooooo

  31. General Glamour Says:

    Gob Bluth Says:
    February 7th, 2013 at 4:02 pm

    Yes they were hit because 50 was a superstar but if you go back and listen to them now they are lackluster

    ^

    Opinion

    ^

    Partly but no one will claim 50 has any classic records after GRODT

    There is a significant portion of hip-hop’s audience who consider Dedication and Dedication 2 and Weezy’s mixtape run classic material

  32. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    by the time dedication 3 came out he was already dissing Spitta smh

  33. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Carter 1 best album of wayne career by a margin wide as the grand canyon

    damn the memories

    I was lil nigga runnin round altamonte springs fuckin lil dominican n rixan bitches wit da wavy hair

    smh

    da last track on the carter 1 aint that a bitch

    fuckin classic

    that was before wayne was a faux heterosexual

  34. Casket Face Says:

    No one remembers Carter 2 …just 1 and 3

    Check his wave for that period in time, he was around people already hot.

    Them Juelz and Wayne mixtapes were TRASH “I can’t feel my face”…

  35. Casket Face Says:

    November 2008

    ….Drake’s buzz is heating up, Wayne drops Dedication 3

    You do the math.

  36. General Glamour Says:

    Casket Face Says:
    February 7th, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    No one remembers Carter 2 …just 1 and 3

    Check his wave for that period in time, he was around people already hot.

    Them Juelz and Wayne mixtapes were TRASH “I can’t feel my face”…

    ^

    I won’t defend his Carter 2 or 3 he had a whole different mindset for those albums, I think Taz Po puts them together

    But Dedication 1 and 2 ? By DJ Drama ?

    Elite rapping was on display for those.

  37. General Glamour Says:

    Casket Face Says:
    February 7th, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    November 2008

    ….Drake’s buzz is heating up, Wayne drops Dedication 3

    You do the math.

    ^

    What does that mean ?

  38. Gob Bluth Says:

    Dedication and Dedication 2 and Weezy’s mixtape run classic material

    ^

    I was probably one of those people at the time but not anymore, i don’t even remember some of the tracks on these mixtapes

    GRODT soundtrack >>>>>>>>>

  39. General Glamour Says:

    Wayne’s a way better rapper than Drake

    Are you saying Drake is writing his raps now ?

  40. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    carter 1 > rest of wayne catalog including mixtapes by a large margin

    mannie fresh n wave was synced in on dat album

    they was on the same wave length

    they had that hov n kanye blueprint connection on carter 1

  41. General Glamour Says:

    No Other ft Juelz and Wayne >>>>>>>>

    Wayne murdered him as usual tho

  42. KING SOLOMON Says:

    There is a significant portion of hip-hop’s audience who consider Dedication and Dedication 2 and Weezy’s mixtape run classic material
    ^
    I thought Drought 3 surpassed all of that

  43. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    wayne-lovin it(lil brother beat)>>>>>>>

  44. ApeLincoln Says:

    Solace is a beast!

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