Masta Ace & Marco Polo E.A.T. feat. Evidence and produced by DJ Premier / Masta Polo Fat Beats Records 7"
Masta Ace / The Pharcyde Saturday Nite Live / Passin' Me By A Delicious Vinyl exhibition featuring some of their excellent 1993 output, with some rare remixes and versions that are very hard to find these days... A nice and flavoursome Pharcyde remix as well as a rugged and rough selection of jammies from the Masta Ace catalogue, as well as the instrumentals too. Catch up if you missed out y'all... (NB) A1. Passin Me By (Fly As A Pie Mix) A2. Passin Me By (Fly As A Pie Mix Instrumental) B1. Saturday Night Live (Horny Mix) B2. Saturday Night Live (Horny Beats) B3. Saturday Night Live (L.A. Jay Remix) B4. Saturday Night Live (L.A. Jay Beats) Delicious Vinyl Records 12"
Masta Ace & Marco Polo E.A.T. / Masta Polo [RSD19] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Any remaining stock will be available online from Saturday 20th April, strictly one per customer. Following their critically acclaimed album A Breukelen Story, Masta Ace and Marco Polo rekindle their chemistry for an exclusive 45 for Record Store Day 2019. Side A, E.A.T. (Evolve and Transcend) features the incomparable DJ Premier on the beat and a guest verse from Evidence. ''I been hearing for YEARS, ''When are you and DJ Premier gonna do a song?'' It's finally happening.'' Ace said about the collaboration that has been a decade in the making. Side B, ''Masta Polo'' satiates the appetites of fans that have been hungry for more Ace/Marco magic since Breukelen. - Limited to 1000 units - Previously unreleased bonus songs from A Breukelen Story with production from DJ Premier and a feature from Evidence on the A side ''E.A.T.'' E.A.T. (Evolve and Transcend) Masta Polo Fat Beats Records 7" RSD 2019
Masta Ace Disposable Arts His 2002 set which was pretty slept on really - it's a really decent album, which showed how he has adapted to hip hop 2000 onwards! Pretty well I'd say. It has some fresh guest spots too from Jean Grae, Punch & Words, Jane Doe, Strick, Apocalypse & Greg Nice among others, and MC Paul Barman turns up for some room-mate antics as well (funny stuff). (NB) 01 The Release - (skit) 02 Too Long - (featuring Apocalypse) 03 Block Episode - (featuring Punch & Words) 04 IDA Commercial - (featuring skit) 05 Don't Understand - (featuring Greg Nice) 06 Goodbye Lisa - (skit) 07 Hold U - (featuring Jean Grae) 08 Every Other Day 09 Roomates Meet - (skit) 10 Take A Walk - (featuring Apocalypse) 11 Something's Wrong - (featuring Strick/Young Zee) 12 Classes, The - (skit) 13 Acknowledge 14 Enuff 15 Watching The Game - (skit) 16 Unfriendly Game - (featuring Strick) 17 Call From Home - (skit) 18 Dear Yvette - (featuring Jane Doe) 19 I Like Dat - (featuring Punch & Words) 20 P.T.A. - (featuring King T/J-Ro) 21 Itch Nigga Call - (skit) 22 Type I Hate - (featuring Rah Digga/Leschea) 23 Dear Diary 24 Last Rights - (skit) Jcor CD Out of Stock
Masta Ace Sittin' On Chrome ***DOUBLE CLEAR VINYL EDITION while stocks last!!!*** Originally released around 1995, this is a slamming reminder of the late jeep beat era which was a big part of hip hop back in the 90s. Fat beats and intelligent rhymes, with a battle attitude too which made it good for the jeep (like most of have a jeep! I would if I could afford one of the bastards!) and for the headphones (much more reasonable!). Featuring the 808 based 'Born To Roll' (an update/re-version of 1993's 'Jeep Ass Niguh') as well as 'The INC Ride', 'The B Side' and a really well done intro which sets things off perfectly, this is a dope well rounded album that is just great for bumping and reminiscing over. (NB) Delicious Vinyl LP Out of Stock
Steve Parks / Masta Ace / Originals Moving In The Right Direction / Talkin' What I Feel Steve Parks’ classic on side A was released in 30 years ago 1981 and then sampled by the Young Disciples in 1991 on their album only track featuring Masta Ace, Talkin’ What I Feel. Both stone cold classics and never before available on a 45 – grab ‘em while you can! Originals 7" Out of Stock