Masta Ace Incorporated – “The I.N.C. Ride” ( Delicious Vinyl / 1995 )
As the sun’s now finally shining here in the UK I thought it was only right to post this mid-90s summertime classic as this week’s Thursday Throwback – that Isley Brothers loop still sounds so dope.
Posted in East Coast Hip-Hop, Music Videos, Old-School Hip-Hop
Tagged Delicious Vinyl, East Coast Hip-Hop, EMC, Leschea, Lord Digga, Masta Ace, Masta Ace Incorporated, New York, Old-School Hip-Hop, Paula Perry
Ace drops a couple of choice gems from his solo discography during an EMC show in Atlanta this past weekend.
“Born To Roll”
Posted in East Coast Hip-Hop, Live Performances
Tagged East Coast Hip-Hop, EMC, Independent Hip-Hop, Juice Crew, Masta Ace, New York, Punchline, Strick, Underground Hip-Hop, Wordsworth
Ace takes a break from promoting the recent EMC album “The Show” to perform Big Daddy Kane’s classic “Warm It Up Kane” at Hip-Hop Karaoke in Toronto.
Underground supergroup EMC (Masta Ace, Punchline, Wordsworth, Strick) talk about the concept behind their recently released (and very impressive) album “The Show”.
Early-90s interview with former Juice Crew member Masta Ace.
Former Juice Crew Allstar Masta Ace records a PSA prior to his recent Los Angeles gig regarding the leaking of EMC’s upcoming album “The Show”.
UK-based producer Quincey Tones puts a new twist on the “American Gangster” remix craze with this project featuring Nas vocals over all-new beats crafted from the same sample sources as Jigga’s cinematic opus.
Download “God’s Gangster” here and also be on the lookout for Quincey Tones production on pending releases from Masta Ace’s eMC crew and newcomer Nino Bless.
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Tagged American Gangster, Def Jam, East Coast Hip-Hop, EMC, God's Gangster, Hip-Hop Production, Jay-Z, Masta Ace, Nas, Nino Bless, Quincey Tones, Roc-A-Fella, UK Hip-Hop