Roc Marciano lays a spiritual but grimy soundscape where Bronze Nazareth summons his late brother’s ashes and vows to live it up, twice as good in his honour.

A beautifully gut wrenching but triumphant convo with the late great Kevlaar 7.

This gem is taken from “EKPHRASIS” the new album from Detroit’s own Bronze Nazareth, mainly produced by Roc Marciano.

Ekphrasis (noun) ek·phra·sis\ˈek-frə-səs – “A literary description of or commentary on a visual work of art” which is exactly what the new album from Detroit, Michigan emcee and long time Wu-Tang collaborator Bronze Nazareth, and New York’s Roc Marciano is.

A work of art that you can visually see through Bronze’s style of rhyming. The two have collaborated in the past, but this is their first full-length piece of work together.

Bronze Nazareth’s style of emceeing and Roc Marciano’s production blend well with each other throughout the entire project.

With assists coming from Skyzoo, Boldy James, Termanology, Fashawn, Killah Priest, Roc Marciano, Brizz Rawsteen, and Lord Jessiah.

Bronze is coming off a tremendous year, having done projects with Leaf Dog of The Four Owls and Recognize Ali.

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ARTICLE: Steaming Kettle
IMAGE: Bronze Nazareth