Slice-of-Spice Records has been busy as of late, prepping and releasing a grip of exclusive gems from underrated producer Paul Nice. For their latest release, they've dusted off a previously unreleased Masta Ace joint produced by Paul sometime in 2001. You may recall the familiar sample as heard on Premo's remix to Kanye's Classic; well Paul actually flipped it first. After finding the original DATs and remastering them, the song is finally ready to see the light of day. The b-side features a Paul Nice remix to showcase that he ain't going anywhere anytime soon. This is pressed on a 7" record, with an all black vinyl version sold at the usual suspects (HHV, UGHH, Fat Beats & Dusty Groove), while the limited blue version can only be ordered directly from Slice-of-Spice. Peace to Richard for letting us premier this exclusively. If you like what you hear, support and cop via the links below.
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