It's the perfect soundtrack for punching someone in the face and then acting like a badass because you punched someone in the face.
Earlier this year, Detroit-based and Mello Music Group producer Apollo Brown dropped a slippery 20-song instrumental album called Thirty Eight. Shortly after, New York's Roc Marciano jumped on the track "Lonely & Cold," laying down a menacing few verses over the choppy beat. Today, Noisey is happy to premiere the track's video, which follows Mr. Brown walking slowly through neighborhood streets. Shot in black and white, the eerie video illustrates Marciano's smooth yet aggressive flow that lines up succinctly with Brown's strut. The clip has a "do not fuck with me" vibe, which is exactly what we need on this Monday morning.