One new album that has been confirmed, is the latest one from Sa-Roc. The announcement came yesterday that she would be releasing The Sharecropper’s Daughter on 2 October, along with the arrival of the lead single, Deliverance. The track is a perfect snapshot of Sa-Roc’s infectious style, with her flows drawing you into her intricately constructed verses, which gel perfectly with Evidence’s production. Her label-mate is also the brains behind the video, along with Ev’s regular collaborator, Stephen Vanasco. Pre-orders for the album are available now via Rhymesayers.
As the world waits patiently for the release of Sa-Roc’s long-awaited album, the Rhymesayers MC has released a new single to tide us over. Hand of God is another sublime display of Sa-Roc’s sharpened lyricism, which earns her a place as one of the most consistent MCs around. As usual, it’s Sol Messiah on the production and the video was made by Tommy Nova. Continue reading “Sa-Roc: Hand of God”
Another strong release from the Rhymesayers roster as Sa-Roc drops her latest video, Goddess Gang. The track is billed as the “ultimate squad anthem of 2018” and comes with a message that I for one am fully behind, whereby both the industry and listeners alike, need to start judging women by their skills on the mic, as opposed to their looks. The track is produced by Sa-Roc’s regular collaborator, Sol Messiah.
Another strong release from Rhymesayers favourite, Sa-Roc, as she unveils her new video for Forever. Shot on location in Providence Canyon, Georgia, the dramatic scenery is the perfect backdrop for Sa-Roc’s reflective lyricism. Forever was produced by Sol Messiah. Keep an eye out for her Rhymesayers debut LP dropping later this year.
More hard hitting rap from Sa-Roc as she breaks down her come-up in southeast Washington. This is the next in her #WisdomWednesday series, which are now all available to buy on iTunes. The track was produced by Sol Messiah.
I can only assume Sa-Roc’s plan is to keep releasing a fresh track every week until she reaches world domination, a plan which I thoroughly endorse. If you still need convincing though, check the latest video from her #WisdomWednesdays series. Seven was filmed on location at Soundset, so keep an eye out for cameos aplenty.
This week saw Sa-Roc drop the latest episode of her Wisdom Wednesdays series and it’s another ferocious attack on the wack. Yes the title is I Come In Peace, but the first line is “I don’t even know where to start, probably cuz I’m playing such a huge part in terminating rap professionals…”, so we know this is no rap game peace envoy. Tune in next week for the next instalment and long may they continue.
Sa-Roc continues her weekly assault on the wack with the latest instalment from her Wisdom Wednesdays series. This track is another lyrical onslaught, with the sentiment summed up by the title, Not Safe For Weak Rappers. The track was produced by Sol Messiah.
Sa-Roc has something like 13 albums under her belt, which is pretty incredible anyway, but all the more so when you realise she has only been doing this for eight years. And the onslaught continues with the release of this dope new video for the track World War II. Continue reading “Sa-Roc: WWII”