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.
Masta Ace and Evidence rock out over DJ Premier production on “Eat.” The joint comes from the digital deluxe version of Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s A Breukelen Story along with the song “Masta Polo.” Both of these bonus cuts will be released as 45″ vinyl. For now, enjoy this radio rip is from Preemo’s “Live From Headqcourterz” radio show.
Boston producer B Leafs grabs Masta Ace and Termanology for “Been Waiting” just to bless you with some goodness before heading into the holiday weekend.
You’re late if you haven’t listened to Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s excellent A Breukelen Story album. Photos, flyers and album covers make up the video that gives you a history lesson for the emcee and producer.
The best kept secret in hip hop is that Masta Ace never fails when it comes to album releases. His latest effort with Marco Polo behind the board is no exception. A Breukelen Story is 19 tracks of dopeness that features the likes of Styles P, Smif-N-Wessun, Elzhi, Pharoahe Monch and others assisting. The album is available to be streamed in its entirety and you should do so now.
Masta Ace — who was inexplicably called a “one hit wonder” by The Root — connects with Smif N Wessun as the trio vibe out over Marco Polo production on “Breukelen.” This joint is from Ace and Polo’s forthcoming joint album A Breukelen Story dropping on November 9th.
DJ Tomo and Masta Ace join forces for a re-imagining of the legendary Goblin’s Theme from the movie Profondo Rosso. The European Producer/DJ/Musician inspired by the original theme, re-worked it into a compact and moody musical dose of urban decay. Furthering that vibe is cold lyrics from Brooklyn emcee great, Masta Ace. The visuals in the video reflect this with graffiti strewn train platforms, soot-stained brick buildings and other visuals from the dawn of hip-hop.
Masta Ace’s catalog is one of the most underrated in all of hip hop. So when he takes to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series to perform some classics with a live band, it’s a reminder that he’s worth his weight in the rap game.
King Magnetic cuts loose a banger from his Everything Happens 4 A Reason project. “Alone” features the vocal stylings of Slug and Masta Ace with a little assist on the tables from DJ Eclipse. It’s a certified banger.
The legendary Masta Ace joins G. Dot and Born for the video to 2015’s “Ghetto Survivors.” Shot in their hood of Boston, G Dot, Born and (Brooklyn raised) Ace relate war stories and lessons learned growing up on the block.