It's time to catch up with rap vet Masta Ace as he cruises around Times Square, NYC, in the back of a car kickin' bars for Crazy Al Cayne's "Spittin' In Da Wip!" web series. Before he rhymes (starting about 5 minutes in), Ace talks a little about his MA DOOM: Son Of Yvonne album, then unleashes various truth-speaking stanzas: "Take a look it's as plain as white rice/ A lot of rappers get mad love but they not nice..."
"It's hopeless like I'm in jail and I got life/ I would rather get stabbed once and shot twice/ Than listen to these songs that's being released lately/ You can't make me, the game has declined greatly/ It's my intention to spit a little life back in the game before I start collectin' my pension/ Hope reigns eternal maybe in 30 years they write a journal and I get a honorable mention..."
[Via CAC-TV ]