Masta Ace & Veteran Beneficence Gain Clarity In The Sun (Audio)

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Newark, New Jersey veteran MC Beneficence has a career that stems back to the early 1990s. Although Bene’s name has not extended as far as peers Redman, Lords Of The Underground, or The Artifacts, the dedicated lyricist is still making good on his dream. Teaming with Ill Adrenaline Records, the artist is preparing Basement Chemistry (January 29, 2016). As with last release Concrete Soul, the vet vocalist brings in an impressive cast of talents that share his love of the purebred 1990s Hip-Hop sound, and skills-above-bills.

The LP features MC Eiht, Dres, Chubb Rock, and Inspectah Deck, among many others. However, the Masta Ace-assisted “When The Sun Comes” is the latest single. The song is a soulful and bright moment about self-improvement, telling Hip-Hop’s story, and reflecting on the world around us.

#BonusBeat: Last week, Bene’ released “Digital Warfare,” featuring Wu-Tang Clan’s Rebel I.N.S.:

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