Roc Marciano & The Alchemist Release ‘The Elephant Man’s Bones’ Tracklist

Alchemist Roc Marciano

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Roc Marciano and The Alchemist have joined forces for forthcoming album The Elephant Man’s Bones, due to release in August.

Roc Marciano and The Alchemist are coming with heat next month. On Thursday (July 29), the duo confirmed that their first collaborative album The Elephant Man’s Bones will release on August 26. Earlier this month, Marciano posted on his Instagram alongside The Alchemist, hinting towards the title of their first project together with an elephant emoji.

In January, The Alchemist spoke with Complex about his jam-packed album schedule, including new music from Earl Sweatshirt and Larry June, also referencing his album with Marciano. In February, Alchemist and Curren$y released their latest collaborative album Continuance.

“First, I called Roc Marci, and I told him, ‘There’s nobody I’d rather do a whole album with than you after this,’” he said. “And we started work on a record that’s coming soon.”

Marciano last got the stamp of approval from Method Man who called the Blame Kansas rapper a ‘genius’ while stopping by podcast My Expert Opinion.

“You wanna talk about underrated and all that shit,” Meth said. “No, no, no, I’m not underrated. I’ve made my bones and there’s people out there… Roc Marciano under fuckin’ rated. Like a muthafucka, man. It be niggas like that that I wanna see hit big and be like you know running the fucking culture. You know, follow that shit, and he from Hempstead.”

“S/O the legend @methodmanofficial,” Roc wrote in an Instagram post. “I couldn’t agree more….. and I’m from Pimpstead.”


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