Masta Ace is in the house. The New York rap legend, originally part of the famed Juice Crew in the mid-80s (with Marley Marl, Biz Markie, Big Daddy Kane among others), is known for collaborations with artists such as MF Doom, for influencing rappers like Eminem, and is still known as one of the truest rappers alive. He made a teenage dream come true for Cord when he recorded an original feature part and hook on top of the soulful club joint 'Good Old Feel'.
The scratch & sample workout and the handcut artwork of this release is paying hommage to „A Long Hot Summer' (2004), one of his many timeless storytelling LPs, where Ace writes reminiscent rhymes in his natural habitat of Brownsville, Brooklyn but is organically relocated into the streets of Berlin Kreuzberg - right next to the good old Robosonic studios, birthplace of ‚Golden Era House'.
This unreleased Black Out version is now boasting the full vocal performance, while the extended 12inch dub was made for the clubs and pressed on vinyl.
Catch Masta Ace and Marco Polo on tour and go listen to their latest album 'A Breukelen Story'.
'That's the deal, it's that good old feel - it's for real, it's that good old feel.'