Download Marcus Smart Mp3 by Peter Rosenberg Ft. Flee Lord & Stove God Cooks
American radio disc jockey, television show host, and professional wrestling personality, Peter Elliot Rosenberg unveils a massive posse cut with Flee Lord & Stove God Cooks. Peter Rosenberg’s late night show on Sundays on Hot 97 has been a pillar for underground hip-hop. Some of the brightest talent to emerge in hip-hop have found themselves getting highlighted on Marcus Smart well before they blow up. So, when it came time to dropping an album, it was inevitable that the best in underground rap — both new and old — would come together for Rosenberg’s debut album.
On “Marcus Smart,” Rosenberg delivers a cut-throat record with the assistance of Flee Lord & Stove God Cooks. Creeping through the crevices of New York alleyways, the three rappers offer vivid portrayals of drug trafficking over chilling production from Disco Vietnam.
“I promise you on everything that if you are a hip hop fan and by that I mean someone who just appreciates incredible production and high level mcing in a cohesive and complete package — this will compete to be your favorite album this year,” the HOT97 host wrote on Instagram. “Hit play on track 1 and see how long you stick around. I think you’ll love all 13.”
Features on the project include looks from Vel The Wonder, Westside Gunn, Styles P, Ransom, Smoke DZA, Flee Lord, Stove God Cooks, Jay Nice, Eto, Method Man, Willie The Kid, Raekwon, Meyhem Lauren, Ghostface Killah, Crimeapple, Jim Jones, Rasheed Chappell, 2nd Generation Wu, Fly Anakin, Nickelus F, and Homeboy Sandman. Peter Rosenberg is signed to WWE where he is a one-time WWE 24/7 Champion.
- A young boy screw loose (Uh-huh), they done stripped the bolts on ’em
- Shoulda never sent him to pick up the work for me
- Sprayed the park and had my shit inside the car
- Marcus Smart, boy, was shootin’ with a thirty-six on ’em (Brrt)
- Said if he wasn’t in a rush, they was all goners
- TEC cursive on the chest, he was gon’ Sean John ’em
- They were sleepin’ on the God, then it dawned on ’em (What?)
- My mic game different, I’m Bob Barker (Woo)