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Nur kannst du nicht sagen, dass alle anderen Rapper schlecht sind. Hatice Kilic. Kool Shady. Fresh man HD. Natali D. Patrik Jeske. TheBeast Geforce. Pes Ces. Yannik Ruscheweyh. Kemal Abdula. SasGa Lp. Strikke x. Jul's Movies. Sir Tainly. Arcedia Lange. Kool Savas. Davos os. Ben Snow. Davin G und Dezzart TV. He also recorded material with a six-member supporting entourage, Masta Ace Incorporated.
In light of his newly claimed status as a veteran, he has gravitated toward an earnest, matter-of-fact plainspokenness in the new millennium. Many of the songs that have lent newfound heft to his reputation are simple, no-nonsense rumination on feelings and facts of urban American life, including "Soda and Soap" and "Beautiful". During the years between his debut and his second album, Ace began having bitter feelings toward the commercial state of hip hop music, as well as the prominence of Gangsta rap , feelings which ruled the content on his second release, 's SlaughtaHouse , with the loose concept of the album seeing Ace taking the fake "gangsta emcees" to his "SlaughtaHouse".
The latter featured an unlisted remix titled "Born to Roll", which became a crossover single in , peaking at 23 on the Billboard Hot chart. The song became Ace's second Hot hit in , peaking at 60 on the chart. Ace furthered his mainstream appeal in , with his radio-friendly Sittin' on Chrome album. Ride" and " Sittin' on Chrome ". Following the album's success, Ace had a falling out with I. After the split, Ace was largely missing from the hip hop scene over the next five years, save for a number of random vinyl singles.
Ace's "Ghetto Like" single led to a misunderstanding with an underground emcee named Boogieman, who released a somewhat similar single titled "Ghetto Love" which was released on recordings not long before. He thought that Ace was "biting" his track and released a diss song toward Ace titled "Just You Wait". The trading of records led to a rap battle between the two at a Lyricist Lounge event. Disposable Arts became one of the most acclaimed underground hip hop releases of , beloved for its pure hip hop style and clever album concept, which served as a fictional story, chronicling Ace's time spent at a satirical rap school named the "Institute of Disposable Arts".
JCOR Records folded soon after the release, leaving it out-of-print, until being re-released in on Ace's self-established M3 label. The album closer, "No Regrets", led many fans to believe that it would be Ace's final album, because of the line "I don't know if it's the end, but yo, it might be".
Ace killed the rumors by returning in with his fifth album A Long Hot Summer , another highly acclaimed effort. The story concept, similar to that on his last release, served as a prelude to the story told on Disposable Arts , chronicling the "Long Hot Summer" that led to his character's incarceration at the beginning of the Disposable Arts album.
Ace remarked in a December interview that he would no longer record as a solo artist, only with eMC. In , Masta Ace had a track included on the Official Joints mixtape, a compilation of previously unreleased tracks by various NYC rappers.
The albums already printed have been sold at live shows following the release of the record. He is also set to release a 10th anniversary release of Disposable Arts, featuring new recordings of songs from the album with a live band  The same site interviewed Masta Ace and he explained that Son of Yvonne helps him put across the things he didn't get to say to his mother before she died. At the end of the interview, Masta Ace also confirmed he has begun filming another documentary for his critically acclaimed album "A Long Hot Summer".
Via Twitter, Marco Polo announced a new Masta Ace album in January ,  produced entirely by himself, which is titled A Brooklyn Story and scheduled for release on November 9, The title of the rework is "The Formula". In he appeared on the Swedish rapper Chords' track "Get u awn" with Punchline.
The track is on the album "The garden around the mansion". The Funkoars have made several references to Masta Ace in their lyrics as well as using samples in other works.AKA: King Kool Savas, Savas Yurderi, and Savas @KoolSavas. About Kool Savas Rap Genius. Märtyrer. Die John Bello Story 3.