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8 thoughts on “ Enuff - Masta Ace - Disposable Arts (CD, Album)

  1. Disposable Arts is the fourth solo album by American rapper Masta Ace, his follow up album since Sittin' On Chrome (). showing Masta Ace sitting on a car seat in the street without a car. "Enuff" D. Clear, R. Hunter, L. Griffith.
  2. [Masta Ace] Now-a-days, the range ain't big enough Moskino ain't jig enough I'm kind of iced out But my chain ain't thick enough Album ain't hot enough label said its not enough, singing in the hook I need to change my look My rims ain't big enough, chrome don't shine enough I shopped Fifth Fab, but I still can't find enough Iceberg to swerve, don't dress gay enough No airplay, so I guess I.
  3. EAC extraction logfile from June , for CD Masta Ace / Disposable Arts Used drive: _NEC DVD_RW NDA Adapter: 1 ID: 0 Read mode: .
  4. Disposable Arts () Album by Masta Ace. No Regrets. sampled The Edge by David McCallum () Enuff. sampled Share a Little Love in Your Heart by Love Unlimited () Type I Hate by Masta Ace feat. Rah Digga and Leschea. sampled Autumn of Our.
  5. Features Song Lyrics for Masta Ace's Disposable Arts album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  6. Fifteen years ago this October, Masta Ace released his sophomore solo album, Disposable kidwahotlicalbeunacithecentworfa.xyzinfo Jcor Records release marked the Brooklyn, New York MC’s first album after a six-year period.
  7. These songs, too short in supply, remain the album's saving grace because unlike so many of his colleagues, Ace isn't blinded by the light of his own ego. Compared to their blustery attitudes, Masta Ace's down-to-earth introspection prevents Disposable Arts from being disposable itself. Oliver Wang-- From URB Magazine/5(61).
  8. After a six-year period of disillusionment with the rap game, one-time Juice Crew member Masta Ace returned with this supposed sayonara album that reads like a bittersweet memoir. Though Ace had been active in the underground scene since the release of 's Sittin' on Chrome, appearing on a number of singles and contributing memorable verses to various collaborations, the artist's disdain.

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