Rapper Appreciation Wednesday: Duval “Masta Ace” Clear

MASTA ACE!!

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Representing Brooklyn every step of the way, Masta Ace was born in 1966, and first appeared to the rap universe in 1988, on DJ Marley Marl’s Juice Crew posse cut, “The Symphony.” Appearing alongside heavyweights such as Big Daddy Kane, Craig G, and Kool G(enius of). Rap, Ace held his own on the jam-packed banger, laying the impressive, respectable foundation for a nearly 30 year career.

Today, we give flowers to Masta Ace in appreciation for all his hard work. Thanks, Duval.

Me and The Biz

Postin’ High

Beautiful

Jeep Ass Nigga

The Symphony

I.N.C. Ride

Little Young (Ft. Edo G.)

Sittin On Chrome

Acknowledge

— Tony Grands

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The story goes that a long time ago three brothers came together to discuss hip-hop and life (mostly hip-hop). Even though they went their seperate ways shortly thereafter, their love of hip-hop helped them stay in touch. They saw many changes happen in hip-hop; some good...most bad. The songs on the radio made them seek refuge in their record collections, longing for the good old days. In the midst of complaining about the current landscape of hip-hop, they realized what they needed to do in order to keep their sanity. They decided to create the music they wanted to hear. Little did they know, the seeds for this idea had been planted long ago, circa '94!!! Description Circa 94 Beats is a Hip-Hop Production crew he build their beats around the foundation of classic hip-hop.

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