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|(4.4 Stars)||Total Comments: 6|
Name: Late70s-kid (Posted: 8/12/2009 12:58:00 PM; Partial IP: .30.77.228)
Location: Columbus, Oh
Comment: Masta Ace, has always been a hot rapper... I remember him from back in the days when n*ggaz werent give him his props, so it goes to show that he was ahead of time. Just like Common aka "Common Sense"
Name: taze485 (Posted: 10/26/2004 11:42:00 PM)
Summary: "You Can't Spit So You Obviously Must Swallow"
Comment: Masta Ace is off the hook. His flow here is tuff and the beat is hot too.
Name: Flo (Posted: 8/3/2004 5:53:00 PM)
Summary: Thanks Masta
Comment: I just would like to say to persons who don't know this song that it s a bomb!! Very good beat wich is not really original but very nice! The lyrics are good and Masta'flow is just so pretty and special!! I'm really crazy about 'Disposable Arts' and I advise all hip-hop addicts to buy it!!
Name: mcnastanate (Posted: 1/12/2004 8:30:00 PM)
Summary: Don't Mess Wit Masta......
Comment: Once again the Masta of ill lyrics comes back with a venegance. The beat is a nice feel to rip a cat to shreds.
Name: nisfunkyson (Posted: 11/12/2002 4:10:00 AM)
Summary: Masta Ace Makes High And Might Look Stupid, On This Tight Track.
Comment: Masta Ace tears High and Mighty apart in this tack. Very funny, and definitely a tight song. After this, no one would want to be on his bad side.
|Name: Max (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: The dis track lives on. Both the High & The Mighty and Boogieman are targets of Ace on “Knowledge.” Mr. Eon and Mighty Mi have apparently cleared up this little beef; what Ace took as a dis was actually Mr. Eon paying homage (supposedly). Nonetheless, lines like “Next year ya’ll be up at Rawkus interning” are entertaining. Plus, Xplicit’s dramatic violin sample lays the foundation properly for Ace calling out these unfortunate victims.