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Pacewon & Mr. Green feat. Masta Ace - 'Something To Say' (Audio MP3 Stream)


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Producer:Mr. Green
Label:RawPoetix Records
Date added:8/25/2012
Song time:3:24
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4.4 Stars(4.4 Stars)
Total Comments: 17
5 Stars
Name: Ja Da Blocks Jamal (Posted: 5/13/2013 5:12:00 AM; Partial IP: .95.80.161)
Location: Tunis
Comment: Shit Is Takin' Me Back To Real Joints .. Inspiring!!!!!
4 Stars
Name: john g (Posted: 3/6/2013 5:03:00 PM; Partial IP: 8.31.71.59)
Location: england
Comment: ppl chat masta murders every beat and pace got flow come on ppl. nas kill this beat. john g 1
1 Star
Name: flop titties (Posted: 3/2/2013 10:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .48.124.31)
Location: Ontop of Mr. Green's momma
Comment: This is stank... bad stank.. su en to say? ok 1994.. I make more money than you.. fisher price rap.
5 Stars
Name: PJCell (Posted: 3/1/2013 12:00:00 PM; Partial IP: .78.16.134)
Location: Angola
Comment: Ooooooh That for Real, endeed good for the ears drum, real HIP HOP...
5 Stars
Name: mark (Posted: 2/13/2013 8:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 7.5.136.13)
Location: srbija
Comment: i give 5 star because is realy good song , dope beat , lyrcs clean and is true hip hop, dont talk about rap.. rap is when u rhyming people... peace out !
5 Stars
Name: aonedayz (Posted: 2/8/2013 11:17:00 AM; Partial IP: 86.222.186)
Location: Brooklyn
Comment: This is that good rap. Something that drake, lil wayne, 2chainz, and ymcmb dont know about
5 Stars
Name: Davie Gee (Posted: 2/6/2013 7:26:00 PM; Partial IP: 26.157.156)
Location: Lancaster, UK
Comment: Sick track man! Love the chorus especially!
3 Stars
Name: DJ Woodsplitter (Posted: 12/29/2012 8:29:00 PM; Partial IP: 163.19.236)
Location: Grand Marais, MN USA
Comment: nice thick think to split the chin to the ink link
5 Stars
Name: evan (Posted: 12/17/2012 6:04:00 PM; Partial IP: 233.222.71)
Location: ct
Comment: this dat true rap son
5 Stars
Name: NASt (Posted: 12/12/2012 8:50:00 AM; Partial IP: 25.236.166)
Location: Toronto
Comment: Amazing Beat and Sick Flow!
5 Stars
Name: DMysticMC (Posted: 11/29/2012 8:42:00 PM; Partial IP: .233.67.51)
Location: Toronto
Comment: you all have to respect the fact that this is real rap asking kanye to rap on this is just wrong pacewon is so under rated cause a lot of people listen to mainstream hip hop and have no clue about what is going on in the streets. This is real rap music not a gay arse anthem with a man who has no breath control these beats are hard to the point with slaming drumloops and banging sounds not trap 808 shit. Im not hating on the 808 or that style of rap but you got to respect this man hes worked with some of the best from redman to eminem. If you all know real hip hop you should be loving this if not go smoke your wack ass bush that you call kush and bump some mainstream shit. we were smoking the best herbs before 9 11. WORD UP>
5 Stars
Name: Nicole (Posted: 10/20/2012 1:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 77.216.154)
Location: Buffalo Ny
Comment: I like it
5 Stars
Name: gets the gasface (Posted: 10/7/2012 5:53:00 AM; Partial IP: 62.239.198)
Location: inyadrummachine
Comment: these days there aint no middle man if the artist decides to put it out straight to digital distribution (mp3s) and these days there is almost no such thing as an A & R (example: Dante Ross) unless the artist is signed to a major label. its always a matter of quality vs quantity, true musicians with a good sense of musicality is quality VS major labels who are money hungry and to add to that, the artist compromises to standards where it automatically BLOWS UP AND GOES POP as if it were rigged, even if the major label pays a ghostwriter to write lyrics for the artist (taboo for true emcees), and even if it sounds stupid and the artist makes a fool of them selves and all that matters is the quantity of units selling and going platinum. And it comes to show How poor and desperate mainstream Rap (not Hip Hop) is. Now theres just one bad thing about digital distribution and no A & Rs, anyone can put out material even if it sounds horrible and even if the audience dont know what DOPE Is (like a drug). The A & R is suppose to be like a pharmacist who develops the potency of the artist to hit the sweet spot of the audience assuming there is an addiction. Its sad that nowadays that sweet spot changes so quickly because digital downloading of music scatters that sweet spot all over the place that it lacks that concentrated focus. so now that DOPE-ness is just a one hit wonder and this is bad for a culture trying to stay pure. But if its sampled music and the audience wants to delve into the past and then forms an addiction to the raw form of music the samples came from, then thats another way the sweet spot for DOPE-ness can be refocused now that music is easily accessible at a digital level assuming the raw form of sampled DOPE-ness in its pure form is available. Now who gets the gasface?... its still the major label that are money hungary and are also suffering from free digital download. These days artists with the musicality shouldnt worry about sellin music as the music speaks for its self, and most likely its slept on with the majority thinking mainstream music is the best thing they ever heard even if its reinforced by wackass mixtapes. As long as the underground stays pure and concentrated that the culture of fans will always stay up on that DOPE-ness.
5 Stars
Name: BGOD (Posted: 9/20/2012 3:07:00 PM; Partial IP: .43.223.58)
Location: Allahborn
Comment: Hype track and hype artist
2 Stars
Name: HughPhug (Posted: 9/18/2012 4:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 6.29.5.124)
Location: BK
Comment: nice beat, shame its not just a Master Ace track, cos Pacewon just doesnt have it
4 Stars
Name: Louis Decarlo (Posted: 9/18/2012 6:27:00 AM; Partial IP: 62.147.240)
Location: Tuscaloosa,AL
Comment: From Alabama lived in da CHi n I feel dis shit if kanye was on it the world would recognize it
5 Stars
Name: DrGoodTime (Posted: 9/6/2012 11:41:00 PM; Partial IP: .16.35.158)
Location: LA
Comment: The beat is insane! You mos definitely gotta check out they're first album!


In-Stock Store Section Results For: Pacewon & Mr. Green; Masta AceFound: 9
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CDs
BuyArtist - 'Title'FormatRelease DatePrice
pacewon mr green the only number that matters is wonPacewon & Mr. Green - 'The Only Number That Matters Is Won'
Producers: Mr. Green
Label: RawPoetix Records
CD9/4/2012$10.97
masta ace edog arts entertainmentMasta Ace & EDO.G - 'Arts & Entertainment'
Producers: Baby Dooks; DJ Spinna; DJ Supreme One; Double O; Frank Dukes; M-Phazes; Pav Bundy; Rain
Label: M3 Music
CD10/27/2009$14.97
pacewon mr green the only color that matters is greenPacewon & Mr. Green - 'The Only Color That Matters Is Green'
Producers: Mr. Green
Label: RawPoetix Records
CD6/24/2008$10.97
masta ace grand masta the remix rarity collectionMasta Ace - 'Grand Masta: The Remix & Rarity Collection'
Producers: Ase (aka Masta Ace); Ase One (aka Masta Ace); Blues Brothers; L.A. Jay; Latief; Mike Floss; Uneek (of Eyeceurokk)
Label: The Funky Chemist Recordings
CD12/12/2006$14.97
masta ace incorporated slaughtahouseMasta Ace Incorporated (Masta Ace + Eyceurokk + Leschea + Lord Digga + Paula Perry) - 'Slaughtahouse'
Producers: Ase (aka Masta Ace); Latief; The Beatheads; The Bluez Brothers (Lord Digga + Witch Doctor); Uneek (of Eyceurokk)
Label: Delicious Vinyl
CD2/20/2001$11.97

Vinyl Singles
BuyArtist - 'Title'FormatRelease DatePrice
masta ace incorporated the b side bw class clown remixMasta Ace Incorporated (Masta Ace + Leschea + Lord Digga + Paula Perry) b/w Wascals - 'The B-Side b/w Class Clown (Remix)'
Producers: Ase One; Buckwheed; Fatlip (of The Pharcyde)
Label: Delicious Vinyl
12" Vinyl Single Record4/25/2006$6.50

Vinyl LPs & EPs
BuyArtist - 'Title'FormatRelease DatePrice
masta ace incorporated slaughtahouseMasta Ace Incorporated (Masta Ace + Eyceurokk + Leschea + Lord Digga + Paula Perry) - 'Slaughtahouse'
Producers: Ase (aka Masta Ace); Latief; The Beatheads; The Bluez Brothers (Lord Digga + Witch Doctor); Uneek (of Eyceurokk)
Label: Delicious Vinyl
Vinyl LP Record9/25/2012$18.97
masta ace incorporated sittin on chromeMasta Ace Incorporated (Masta Ace + Leschea + Lord Digga + Paula Perry) - 'Sittin' On Chrome'
Color: Chrome Vinyl
Producers: Ase One (aka Masta Ace); Louie Vega; The Bluez Bruthas (Lord Digga + Witch Doctor); Uneek
Label: Delicious Vinyl
Vinyl LP Record8/7/2012$20.97
masta ace madoom son of yvonneMasta Ace w/ M.F. DOOM - 'MA_DOOM: Son Of Yvonne'
Producers: M.F. DOOM
Label: Fat Beats Records
Vinyl LP Record7/31/2012$20.72

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