Roc Marciano has completely captured my attention. I found him through Melanin 9’s exceptional Magna Carta and ‘Bruh Man’ is Marciano at his best: a caustic flow, more rhyming words than hairs in his beard, lines spit with such suave you are both charmed and terrified at the same time. When I listen to Roc Marciano, I can’t help but feel I’m immersed in some epic gangster film. His lyrics are just so immaculately crafted. He’s an exception in that he rarely speaks about anything other than the typical superficial aspects of Hip Hop, but when he speaks it’s so incapsulating that you want to listen regardless. I’m not sure if this is a track that didn’t make the cut of his recent Reloaded LP or if it’s just plain new but it’s fully dope.

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