The legendary Masta Ace stays active and his Richmond Hill album with Marco Polo on the boards is another reminder that the man who sat on chrome decades ago still has it. The duo drop the video for “Jordan Theory” as Ace treads over the subject of trying to keep up with the Joneses.
Masta Ace and Marco Polo are preparing to release their new collaborative album Richmond Hill. The duo drop the video for “Life Music” which features Stricklin, Speech and E Smitty. Masta Ace continues to put out quality music and this album should be no different.
Torae and Marco Polo are dropping their new album Midnight Run on September 22. While it is chock full of bangers, this one won’t be on the album and is an exclusive for your earholes. “More Danja” might sound familiar but it is blessed for 2023 and has cuts by Shy The BeatYoda.
The Juggaknots’ very own Breeze Brewin drops a new joint with Marco Polo titled “King Oxymoron.” Breeze’s unique rhyme scheme fits perfectly over Marco’s signature production. This cut comes from Brewin’s recently released Hindsight album that you should probably go and listen to right now.
Over Marco Polo production, Pharoahe Monch and Styles P collaborate for “Same Sh!t, Different Toilet.” The duo vent about the current racial climate and the exhaustion that sets in after years and years of the same issues.
From Masta Ace & Marco Polo’s upcoming album A Breukelen Story – Deluxe Edition comes the video for “Masta Polo.” The video chronicles a day in the life of the duo.
There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have heard the brilliance that is Marco Polo and Masta Ace’s A Breukelen Story, do yourself a favor and stop what you are doing to listen to one of the best albums of the year. In the interim, check out the latest video from the project “Get Shot”
Let the Record Show, the crate-dug interview series in which artists discuss their favorite songs of all time as the tracks spin on vinyl, continues its third season today, as hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace speak with legendary Brooklyn emcee Masta Ace and producer Marco Polo.
Following the release of his eighth album, A Breukelen Story – a collaborative LP with Toronto bred, BK-based producer Marco Polo – Masta Ace looks back on a career that spans thirty years, as the duo selects a list of vinyl cuts that shaped their individual tastes over the years. Their selections range from endlessly sampled breaks from Bob James and Donald Byrd to iron clad hip-hop classics from Run-DMC, Afrika Bambaataa and Gang Starr.
Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s appearance on Let the Record Show marks the 21st episode in the series and the sixth episode released this year, following each Georgia Anne Muldrow, Lil Jon, Kurupt, Just Blaze, and Flosstradamus. Season 3 of Let the Record Show will continue in the coming weeks with Mayer Hawthorne, Cut Chemist, and more.
Shylow of First Division, Marco Polo and DJ Skizz have joined forces for a production outfit called “The Drum Majors.” For their first effort, the trio add some boom bap to Eminem’s 2014 Shady Cypher with a pair of hard-hitting beats to bolster Em’s rhymes.
After the radio rip floated around for a bit, we have the full version of Masta Ace & Marco Polo’s “EAT” produced by DJ Premier. Preemo laces Ace with yet another classic beat as the Masta Ace and Evidence lay it down. From the deluxe version of A Breukelen Story. You can cop the single on vinyl when it drops on Record Store day on April 13.