This month marks the 12-year-anniversary of Masta Ace‘s comeback album, Disposable Arts. Before the release of this album, Ace has been on a six-year-hiatus since the release of Sittin’ On Chrome with The I.N.C., before eventually leaving the group. This album has been heralded as one of his best comeback albums, with the concept of him getting out of jail, going back home to change his life by getting into school (The Institute of Disposable Arts).

Recently, Ace has linked up with Below System to re-release this album with a DVD that contains two hours of footage with behind-the-scenes work on the critically acclaimed album, with interviews and stories behind the tracks as well. It’s available online for purchase, so grab a copy.

Disposable Arts

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