Roc Marciano and Ka are related spirits. The prepared New York rapper-producers share a tranquil certainty; both pick their words so deliberately that each quieted expression appears like an event. Be that as it may, they likewise have particular personas: Marciano lives inside a frigid pimp persona, Ka holds court as a stoic road ethicist. "Marksmen," a coarse track on Marciano's fourth album Rosebudd's Revenge, is the match's most recent joint effort, and it's a blasted of nitty gritty hip-hop dominance.
The sultry beat, gave by the Los Angeles producer Animoss, depends on an accelerated drone, unobtrusive soul loop, and calm sprinkling of percussion. Marciano floats through his verse with a whirlwind of mellow gloats, stone-faced even through the goofier lines (“I’m like Barry White/Never carry light”). As far as it matters for him, Ka opens the story with a short history of intense perseverance: “A man with standard flaws/Show ‘em what the damage caused/No Christmas wishlist.” Both rappers have a skilled worker's way to deal with chiseling their verses, and on "Marksmen," they are their most patient and their generally reflective.