Tag: Roc Marciano

Over the past 12-18 months, I’ve written quite a bit about Therman Munsin, an up-and-coming New Jersey-born emcee, who has had a long-time collaboration with Hempstead, NY-based emcee and  producer Roc Marciano, which has resulted in a number of blogosphere attention grabbing singles. And as you may recall, “Plastic Surgery Face,” an album single off Munsin’s full-length debut Sabbath featured a guest spot from one of my favorite, contemporary emcees,  Guilty Simpson trading gritty, gangsta shit bars full of murder, mayhem and braggadocio over a menacing production featuring a looped, twisting and turning organ sample paired with stuttering beats. “I Ain’t With the Evil Empire,” Sabbath’s latest single features the up-and-coming New Jersey-based emcee trading gritty, NYC area gangsta shit bars with Infamous Mob‘s Big Twins  over a warm,  70s blues-inspired production featuring a looped wah wah pedal-based guitar sample paired with big, tweeter and woofer rocking beats.



Therman Munsin is an up-and-coming New Jersey-born and based emcee who  teams up Hempstead, NY-based emcee and producer Roc Marciano on the Marciano produced “Frivolous Wardrobe,” a track off Munsin’s forthcoming full-length effort slated for release in early 2017. And the track features the two emcees trading braggadocio-filled bars over a sparse production featuring shuffling drum beats paired with a shuffling guitar and bass line sample. From the track, it’s evident that Munsin and Marciano possess an undeniable creative chemistry — and we can hope that this collaboration with continue with new street rocking shit.