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.]
In this three part interview, the legendary Masta Ace visits Sway In The Morning to talk about origins of “The Symphony”, G.O.O.D. vs. Slaugherhouse vs. MMG, and performs “I Did It” from his new album MA_DOOM with MF Doom.
In this series #SpittinInDaWip, Masta Ace talks about his new album MA DOOM: Son of Yvonne, and spits some bars, live from the backseat. Ace killed on all fronts.
Here’s another unreleased record by Rampage, this time featuring Masta Ace & Edo G. The album, Everyone Aint Loyal is coming soon.
This has been circulating around the net for a few weeks, but somehow it slipped under our radar. Here is Masta Ace speaking on his new collaborative LP with MF Doom, MA_Doom: Son of Yvonne.
Let’s get something out of the way from the jump. The initial reaction to Masta Ace’s new album might go something like this: “I’ve heard all of these beats before. And what’s up with that album cover?”. It’s a good thing we don’t judge books by their covers; or albums, for that matter. At surface [cont.]
Looks like Masta Ace and MF Doom’s album will hit July 17th, but Ace was seen tweeting today, “Oh sh*t, yall got digital release date for MA_DOOM: Son of Yvonne pushed up to next week Tuesday.” Either way, we’re looking forward to it. Tracklist is as follows: 1. D Ski’s Intro 2. Nineteen Seventy Something [cont.]
New material from Ace’s oft-delayed collaboration over Doom beats, MA Doom: Son Of Yvonne.
Masta Ace has revealed the cover art to his next LP, MA_Doom: Son Of Yvonne, produced entirely by MF Doom. He recently spoke on it in an interview with Shockya.Com: Can you tell me about your new album coming out with MF Doom? Yes. The album is going to be called “MF Doom: Son Of [cont.]
Once Upon a Time in The Projects from Gasface on Vimeo. Masta Ace discusses life and how good and bad decisions will affect your path. Real talk here from the A.C.E.
New video from Masta Ace for “I Refuse”, recorded for Russell Peters’ upcoming The Green Card Tour LIVE from the O2 Arena DVD. Makes me wanna hear a new eMC album.
First official single from Anonamyss’ debut double album (!) Paradox, hitting March 2011.
Collection of videos sending off Fat Beats NYC to the hip-hop heavens on 9/4/2010. Performances by DJ Premier, Just Blaze, A.G., Pack FM, J-Live, Masta Ace, and more. R.I.P. Fat Beats.
In honor of his new digitally released album The Quixotic, Ayatollah has set off The Quixotic Remix Series. The series will find him remixing some of his favorite, classic tracks, the first being “Crooklyn Dodgers”. Go inside your mind and find a time that you missed….. Ayatollah – “Crooklyn Deliverance” (feat. Special Ed, Masta Ace, [cont.]
There comes a time in a man’s life when it’s time to hang it up. When he has done all that he can in his profession and has to look at himself in the mirror and say “Damn, am I too old for this?” To many emcees, the answer is “no”, and they continue [cont.]
Masta Ace is sick and tired of hip-hop; at least one would think so after listening to his fourth entry, Disposable Arts. With over ten years under his belt, his career spans from humble beginnings, back when it was just he and The Biz (puppet), to his Brooklynized attack on the gangsta-rap Slaughterhouse, and it’s [cont.]
After raising some hopes with his Delicious Vinyl 12″ “Observations”, the Ase One takes it back down a couple of notches with the middling “So Now U A MC? (Original)” a remake of Run DMC’s “Sucka MCs”. Producer Paul Nice does a slight flip on Run DMC’s original, leaving the familiar hand clap break that we [cont.]
Chalk another one up for DJ Paul Nice - he certainly is one of the nicest producers on the indy circuit at the moment. He’s constructed a simple little track for Masta Ace and Guru’s “Conflict”, consisting of a prevalent Alchemist-styled bassline, along with a piece of “The Bridge”, and a piano capping it off. Guru and [cont.]
The Masta Ace comeback tour continues with one of his better 12″s. While the “Ghetto Like…” concept has already been flipped by everyone from Kardinal Offishall (“U R Ghetto When”) and Jay-Z (“So Ghetto”), Ace does a decent job with some clever lines: “I’m ghetto like them chicks that hate Kobe’s white finance/who want to try to [cont.]
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