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Masta Ace joins Phat Phillie on Blackout TV and discusses the 10th anniversary of Disposable Arts, his album with DOOM and the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. He also names his top 5 songs he's recorded.
Masta Ace Details Working With Biz Markie & Cold Chillin' Dropping Him
Masta Ace explains how he learned production from Marley Marl. The Juice Crew member also discusses getting dropped from Cold Chillin' Records & Biz Markie not showing up to record "Me And The Biz." Additionally, Ace details battling multiple sclerosis on "Fight Song." During his Unique Access in...
Masta Ace & Marco Polo Discuss How Brooklyn Shaped Them & Hip-Hop Forever
Masta Ace and producer Marco Polo first teamed up in 2004 on the song "Do It Man," and again on "Nostalgia." Their chemistry was apparent and they began discussing doing an entire album together. More than a decade later, their schedules aligned, and they joined forces to make A Breukelen Story. ...
Masta Ace Explains Why Mobb Deep's The Infamous Is Rap's Best Album
Masta Ace selects Mobb Deep's' "The Infamous" as his Best Album. The Brooklyn MC tells Soren Baker why Havoc & Prodigy's songs such as "Survival Of The Fittest," "Up North Trip," and "Drink Away The Pain'" are so powerful.
Masta Ace & Marco Polo ft. Pharoahe Monch - The Fight Song (Official Video)
“The Fight Song” from A Breukelen Story is an intensely dark account of dealing with Multiple Sclerosis, on nurturing an aging body and listening to it, featuring blistering verses from the great Pharoahe Monch as an abusive personification of MS itself. “Never heard of me? You’ll listen, when I ...