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Download Delgado Zip Fle Album By Flee Lord & Roc Marciano Feat. Conway the Machine, Ransom, Roc Marciano & Stove God Cooks

Flee Lord and Roc Marciano have teamed up for a full-length collaborative project, and today, they’ve shared the first single featuring Stove God Cooks. Coming off the success of his 2021 releases “Rammellzee” and “Lord Mobb Compilation, Vol 1 Hosted by Peter Rosenburg“, Flee Lord announces a new album “Delgado” dropping August 20th fully produced by Roc Marciano featuring Conway the Machine, Ransom, Stove God Cook$, and more.

Way back in 2010, the Long Island rapper Roc Marciano released his self-produced album Marcberg and essentially invented a new subgenre of underground rap. That subgenre doesn’t really have a name, but you can hear echoes of Roc Marci’s bleak, meditative beats and whispered, intricately worded goon-talk in virtually all of the smoky boom-bap that’s come along in the past decade. Roc Marci remains one of the leading practitioners of that sound, and his 2020 album Mt. Marci was one of his best. He’s also directly stamped that sound on a few of his stylistic descendants. Last year, for example, Marci produced all of Reasonable Drought, the breakout album from the hugely promising Syracuse rapper Stove God Cook$. Today, he’s done the same for Flee Lord.

If you know, you know that Flee Lord and Roc Marciano are two of the game’s most slept-on lyricists, having developed such reputations through their respective catalogs. Now, the pair have officially united for the collaborative album Delgado, produced entirely by Roc Marciano and proudly boasting that fact on the project’s album cover.

Though Marciano is more than capable of bodying tracks with impeccable bars, he largely takes a backseat on Delgado, expressing himself behind the boards with a collection of raw production. Insofar as the vocals go, the spotlight largely belongs to Flee Lord, who originally slid onto various radars thanks to a few scene-stealing verses alongside the Griselda camp. On this one, Flee is in absolute beast mode, bodying each instrumental that Marci serves up with fire and fury.

The New York rapper Flee Lord is has a hard snarl and an insane work ethic. For a few years, he’s been stealing spotlights on a ton of tracks from other people, including a bunch of Griselda records. He’s also released a whole lot of his own music. Last year, for instance, Flee Lord pulled off an insane feat: He released 12 albums, one for every month of the year. Since then, he’s barely slowed down. In March, Flee Lord teamed up with the legendary DJ Muggs to release the impressive collaborative LP Rammellzee. Today, he’s followed that one with Delgado, a full album produced entirely by Roc Marciano.

“The project that Roc and I put together has some amazing features, and we spent a good amount of time trying to figure out who we were going to tap for which song, but with ‘Trim The Fat,’ as soon as I heard the beat, before I even recorded my vocals, I knew I needed Stove God to touch this,” Flee Lord commented said of the track. “I ran it by Roc and he felt the same way. Knowing how crazy Stove God was going to go on this motivated me to and I went to work. After Roc and I heard Stove’s verse, there was no doubt that we had to kick things off with ‘Trim The Fat.’”
At this point, it’s going to be hard to deny Flee a spot at the best current lyricist table, especially after he delivers inspired performances on “This What Ya Want?” and the minimalist “First Kill.” Even alongside heavy-hitting guest appearances from Conway The Machine and Ransom, Flee Lord recites his bars like a man with something to prove. Though it’s still early, Delgado feels like an underground standout in a year where the underground has been putting in serious work.

Roc added that he was “impressed” when Flee picked out the beat for the track, which he said was “out of left field. He added, “Flee showed no fear; he just jumped right in.” Stove God Cooks told Complex that he was also surprised by the choice of beat, but the energy Flee brought to the song made it an easy collaboration. “With Flee bringing it like that, I just fed off of his energy and we created something really dope,” he said.


  1. Delgado Intro // Download Mp3
  2. Slow Down // Download Mp3
  3. Shouts to the Mobb / Medusa (Ft. Conway the Machine) // Download Mp3
  4. This What Ya Want? // Download Mp3
  5. Breath of Air (Ft. Ransom) // Download Mp3
  6. Trim the Fat (Ft. Stove God Cooks) // Download Mp3
  7. Skipping Town // Download Mp3
  8. Breezin in a Porsche (Ft. Roc Marciano) // Download Mp3
  9. First Kill // Download Mp3
  10. Delgado Outro // Download Mp3


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