An interview with Bill Stephney and Hank Shocklee (Public Enemy/Bomb Squad) conducted by Jon Shecter in may 1990.
Didn’t Lil’ Wayne release Dedication 4 today ? So no, you can’t download it here, or find the lyrics, torrent or any mp3. Try DatPiff maybe. To be honest, I am just curious to know if I’ll get more clicks with this one…
This is from the february 2000 issue of Blaze magazine, and as far as I know it was his first time on a magazine cover as a solo artist. Fell free to correct me if I’m wrong.
(Maybe I should add the word sextape to get a little more traffic ?)
Here is a little story on Masta Ace (then spelled Master Ace) from 1991, after losing his contract with Cold Chillin and before signing with Delicious Vinyl. Written by Todd C Roberts.
Master Ace : Talking What I Feel (DivShare)
No offense to Slick Rick, but there is not any rapper who can mess with Masta Ace when it comes to story telling. Below is a fiction about a young graff writer written by Masta Ace and published in The Source in 1993.
Page 3 is a short interview with Ace to promote his album Slaughtahouse.
The song that comes with it is an early demo that didn’t make the final cut for his Take A Look Around album, unearthed a few years ago.
Masta Ace : Howard Park (demo) (DivShare)