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A Long Hot Summer

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Recorded  2003-2004
Artist  Masta Ace
Label  M3 Macmil Music
A Long Hot Summer (2004)  The Show (2008)
Release date  3 August 2004
Genre  Hip hop music
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Released  August 3, 2004 (2004-08-03)
Producers  9th Wonder, Khrysis, Koolade, DR Period, DJ Spinna, Marco Polo, DJ Serious, Masta Ace
Similar  Masta Ace albums, Hip hop music albums

A Long Hot Summer is the third solo album from American emcee Masta Ace. The release is a follow-up to his 2001 concept album Disposable Arts. It was extremely well received by both fans and critics, however sales were poor. The story follows Ace, an underground rapper through his "Long Hot Summer" in Brooklyn, accompanied by buddy Fats Belvedere. Ace ventures through the Brooklyn streets and goes out on tour with Fats as his unofficial manager.

Contents

A long Hot Summer received generally positive reviews from critics with a Metacritic score of 78/100 based on 10 reviews

Masta ace a long hot summer full album


Cast

  • Masta Ace: Himself
  • Fatz Belvedere: Himself
  • "E": Frankie Aikens
  • Hotel Maintenance Guy: Franklyn Grant, Jr.
  • Promoter: Steve Dent
  • Cell Mate: Michael Rapaport
  • Samples

    The Count

  • "Down and Out in New York City" by James Brown
  • "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" by Charles Mingus
  • Big City

  • "Think of Your Thoughts as Children" by PhilippĂ© Wynne
  • Good Ol' Love

  • "Give Me Some of That Good Old Love" by Willie Hutch
  • "Hospital Prelude of Love Theme" by Willie Hutch
  • Excerpts from the film The Original Kings Of Comedy
  • Da Grind

  • "How Long Will It Last" by Jerry Butler & Brenda Lee Eager
  • "Hate Me Now" by Nas
  • H.O.O.D.

  • "Stares and Whispers" by Freda Payne
  • Beautiful

  • "Wishing on a Star" by Rose Royce
  • F.A.Y

  • "Better Off Dead" by Ice Cube
  • Soda & Soap

  • "Black Gold" by Phil Upchurch
  • Bklyn Masala

  • "Sailing" by Christopher Cross
  • "You Won't See Me Tonight" by Nas
  • Travelocity

  • "Tu Etais Trop Jolie" by Charles Aznavour
  • The Stoop

  • "Don't Give Me No Bammer Weed" by RBL Posse
  • The Ways

  • "Monochrome" by Alan Parker
  • Oh My God

  • "Punk Rock Rap" by The Cold Crush Brothers
  • "Get It Together" by Beastie Boys feat. Q-Tip
  • Songs

    1The Count (intro)2:12
    2Big City3:01
    3Good Ol Love3:47

    References

    A Long Hot Summer Wikipedia


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