Veteran emcee Masta Ace‘s 2004 “A Long Hot Summer” needs no introduction. If you’re unfamiliar with the record, Below System Records has just properly re-released it under their imprint – additionally offering two previously unreleased cuts “GMO” (below) and “Globetrotter”.
Ambrosia For Heads recently exchanged some dialogue with Ace in reflection of the record and bonus tracks: “GMO” is a joint I started writing over a year ago. I got that beat from Brutal Artistry when I was in Leeds, England with eMC almost two years ago. I was just waiting for the right opportunity to finish the verse. Its a very simple 40 bar verse, just talking shit. I don’t do very many songs like that, so this is a special joint for that reason.”
Get your physical fixes at Below System Records or Underground Hip-Hop now.
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