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Marco Polo – What’s Wrong ft. Rakim [Audio]

Toronto/New York – As Marco Polo gears up for the release of his LP Newport Authority 2 he drops a track titled “What’s Wrong” featuring the one and only, Rakim. This track was initially produced and recorded for Rakim’s Seventh Seal, 2009 LP, but due to clearance issues it was nixed from the retail release of the project. Rakim gave the track back to Marco and he decided to use it for his forthcoming LP. As Marco states “I’ve recorded so much quality material over the last few years and I really want to share it all. It couldn’t all possibly fit on Port Authority 2; hence Newport Authority 2 came to be.” Listen to the track below and download after the jump.

Newport Authority 2 will feature appearances from Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Artifacts, Das Efx, Lil Fame (M.O.P.), Torae & Ruste Juxx all rocking over Marco’s production. But, the project everyone should really be excited for is Marco’s Port Authority 2 LP which will be released this spring on Soulspazm Records. Port Authority 2 features appearances from Organized Konfusion, Gangrene, Talib Kweli, DJ Premier, Masta Ace, Posdnuos (De La Soul), Kardinal Offishall, Styles P, Nature, Rah Digga, Slaine, Celph Titled, Ill Bill, Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, O.C. & many many more.

Audio: Marco Polo - What's Wrong ft. Rakim -


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