Masta Ace Hits The Pocket With Diamond D, Cutting In Some Classic Footage (Video)

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Masta Ace and Diamond D are two the greatest Hip-Hop contributions from 1989. As Masta Ace hit with “Letter To Better,” Raheem dropped “I’m The King,” produced by the would-be Bronx O.G. For one of 2014’s sweetest long-players, The Diam Piece, these longtime collaborators linked up again for “Ace Of Diamonds.”

Cleverly titled, the joint has a whimsical beat that lets the lyrical journey process. Together for filming, the guys—joined by D.I.T.C. affiliate Kid Capri, 8Ball, and A&R extraordinare Dante Ross kicked it in style:

Heads can see some Juice Crew-era Masta Ace video footage linked in; it’s all relative.

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