Members of the legendary Juice Crew weigh in on Cormega’s outspoken track from Mega Philosophy, “Industry”. Produced by The Large Professor.
From VladTV: “EMC sat down with VladTV to share their favorite battle stories from when they were coming up in the culture, with Masta Ace saying one was from high school when another student and him went back and forth with 50 other students watching them. The hip hop group reveals that battling in their [cont.]
To use a cliché, Masta Ace is like a fine wine. As with the best that the bottle has to offer, he has become better with age. Most emcees of his era have steadily declined, usually coasting on their name and past merits, and lacking the ability to create anything relevant, choose good production, and [cont.]
From Str8OutDaDen: “Allow me to introduce Masta Ace, Wordsworth, Punchline & Stricklin, collectively known as eMC. The crew talked with us about their return to music and broke down a few records from their latest project, The Turning Point EP. In addition to all of that, eMC spoke on the importance of having a solid [cont.]
Last week, EMC dropped by Showoff Radio with Statik Selektah. While on air, Statik started up a cypher. Tune in to Showoff Radio each and every Thursday from 8p till Midnight EST on Shade 45.
The highly lyrical rap crew eMC sat down with VladTV Journalist Michael Hughes to discuss their upcoming musical projects in the works. Punchline, Wordsworth, and Masta Ace all shared details on the EP they’re releasing, “The Turning Point,” and how it consists of “6 bangers” with 12 tracks altogether when you include the skits on [cont.]
Masta Ace, Strick, Punchline and Wordsworth reunite as eMC, whom together will drop their new EP, The Turning Point, on May 20th, following a six-year absence. Stream that bitch below.
Produced by Detroit’s own 14KT and featuring Agallah Don Bishop (8-Off the Assassin), “Charlie Murphie” is eMC’s antithesis response to the current trend of radio friendly songs being named after famous individuals. Masta Ace explains “Charly Murhpie epitomizes the hardcore, aggressive, punch in the nose mentality which is a stark contrast to those other songs.” [cont.]
Hip Hop super-group eMC announces the release of their forthcoming EP The Turning Point via M3/Penalty Entertainment/RED on May 20. Formed in 2007, eMC is comprised of four lyricists including the Milwaukee born phenom Stricklin, the widely respected NYC duo and “Lyricist Lounge” emcees Punchline & Wordsworth and the legendary Brooklyn-bred and former Juice Crew [cont.]
Rappers Masta Ace, Wordsworth, Punchline and Stricklin reunite as eMC for this new track produced by David E. Beats.
Damn, Ace, sad to hear it. We wish you a healthy future.
A series of unreleased tracks from the music man, taken from several different eras. The set will be available on vinyl, via Chopped Herring Records, limited to 300 copies. The first 75 copies are on Clear/Purple vinyl, the next 75 are on Black/Purple vinyl, and the remaining 150 are on traditional black vinyl. Tracks: A1 [cont.]
From Skizz’s B.Q.E. (Brooklyn-Queens Experience), out now. The album features Lil’ Fame (of M.O.P.), ILL BILL, Roc Marciano, A.G., O.C., Steele (of Smif-n-Wesson), Torae, F.T., Masta Ace, Cormega, Nature, Big Noyd, Big Twins, Craig G, Reks, Problemz, Al Tariq, Maffew Ragazino, Jakk Frost, Malik B. (of the Roots), Rasheed Chappell & many more. Video Directed [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man’s acclaimed new album Legends Never Die finds the legendary rapper linking up with a number of high-profile peers, including Tech N9ne, Talib Kweli, Hopsin, Vinnie Paz, and Krizz Kaliko. One of the most talked-about collaborations on the album is “The Dangerous Three,” featuring both Brother Ali and Masta Ace. Now, R.A. [cont.]
The reissue of Masta Ace’s Disposable Arts by Below System, contains almost a 2 hour making of DVD where you will see most of the contributors to the Disposable Arts album. Interviews, stories behind the tracks and more content about the making of Disposable Arts. The physical copy of this special CD+DVD package will available [cont.]
The second video from Masta Ace’s MA_DOOM: Son of Yvonne features classic video clips from his illustrious career. In the song Ace lists the many reasons he got involved in Hip Hop and the music business. He expresses in the first verse all the reasons why he DID IT; some of his motivations and influences. [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man takes fans inside a recent studio session alongside producer Mr. Green, working on the new collaboration “The Dangerous Three” featuring Brother Ali and Masta Ace. “The Dangerous Three” will be featured on R.A.’s new album “Legends Never Die,” in stores April 30th 2013.
Legendary MC Masta Ace visits the Bodega Cold Kutz Show for a interview and battles Joe Bodega.
Off of the critically acclaimed album MA_DOOM Son of Yvonne. Produced by MF Doom. Directed by Rob Alphonse & Rasheed Geraldo.
Hip-hop pioneer Masta Ace grants us a window into his worldview (and his baby pics) in this vlog / collage / scrapbook he call “Dear Diaries: Episode 1″–the first in a whole series he is putting together, allowing him to reintroduce himself to the rap world on the heels of his highly-rated MA_DOOM/Son of Yvonne [cont.]
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