D.I.T.C. affiliate, Milano Constantine, cuts loose a jewels from his forthcoming album The Way We Were that features production from none other than Marco Polo. “That Feeling” is all about bringing back that nostalgia of the 80’s and 90’s on a banging track.
The zombie apocalypse is approaching and who better to defend us from the brain eating dead people than A-F-R-O, Marco Polo and Pharoahe Monch?
Los Angeles’ 17-year-old emcee A-F-R-O has been nothing short of impressive since bursting on the scene with his ’90s era inspired rhymes and slick wordplay. With Marco Polo providing the sonic backdrops, A-F-R-O drops the AFRO Polo EP.
Marco Polo and A-F-R-O debut their first record, “Long Time Coming,” off their upcoming project, A-F-R-O Polo, which will be available for free download on July 15th. The song features scratches by Shylow, along with additional production by Eamon.
The Drum Broker recently went to Toronto to catch up with Marco Polo and discuss a plethora of that deal with everything a producer needs to know. It’s a lengthy watch but certainly worth your time.
As a treat for his fans, Marco Polo has released an LP of instrumentals recorded from 2002 to 2004 titled Gifted. The 25-track project was created specifically for those who attend their Japan tour. However, you can stream it above and then purchase yours over at the Slice of Spice store.
Saga and Marco Polo get together to release the banger “Tell Me.”
It’s rare that an artist can show development in a year, never mind four months, but that’s exactly what Brooklyn’s Saga has done with “Tell Me.” Like most of his break-out From Out Of The Shadows, which dropped this past April to critical acclaim, the track is produced by heavyweight beatsmith, Marco Polo.
The two Brooklyn dwellers prove yet again that they’re long-lost rap brethren, on a track that’s as much of a celebration as it is a reminder to stop sleeping on Saga. For his part, it’s clear his pen just keeps getting sharper, even after killing it over Alchemist instrumentals on Saga Ghanoush. Saga’s growing skill set is particularly evident on the hook, which boasts the BK spitter playing off the looping “Tell me…” vocal.
Your Old Droog is back with yet another project to keep you buzzing. Six tracks of dopeness featuring the likes of DJ Skizz, Marco Polo and El RTNC. Spotify serves up the stream and best believe that there’s a full length coming later this year.
Mega and Marciano get grimy over a filthy Marco Polo production.
Saga serves up the final video off his and Marco Polo’s From Out Of The Shadows LP directed by Fred Focus.
The decisions that we make that often benefit the larger whole, end up enabling corporate greed and government agenda, all while making ourselves the victim. – Saga