New Music: Ace Clark f/ Talib Kweli & Joell Ortiz “Signs”

Life Will Pass You By If You Don’t Recognize The “Signs”
Ace Clark’s Black Privilege Will Be Released On 9-14-18 Featuring Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Elzhi, Fashawn & Skyzoo
Ambrosiaforheads.com Premiere
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Ace Clark was baptized in bars; from singing in the church choir to writing his first rhymes to impress girls. Although only 26 years old, Ace’s ever growing popularity lead to DJ Clue hosting his first project, to having legends such as Ice-T, LL Cool J, Slick Rick, Elzhi, Skyzoo and Peter Rosenberg support the rising artist. 

Ace’s debut, The Good Fight, (2015) was well-received and received glowing marks from Afropunk, DJbooth, 2Dopeboyz, Vibe, HipHopDx, Team Backpack, The Source, Billboard, MTV, Hot 97 & BET’s 106 & Park to name just a few. 

Ace’s mantra is about creating music that pushes the culture forward while withstanding the test of time; and that’s what he has accomplished with his sophomore album Black Privilege. The project is entirely composed, written and arranged by Ace and accentuated throughout by live instrumentation and neo-soul head-nods; all of the samples utilized on the project are Ace’s vocals that have been pitched corrected and modulated.

Today, Ace premieres his sophomore album’s lead-single, “Signs,” featuring fellow Planet Brooklynites Talib Kweli & Joell Ortiz via an exclusive premiere with Ambrosiaforheads.com.

Ace Clark’s Black Privilege will be released on 9-14-18.



Checkout the Ambrosiaforheads.com Premiere:

Tracklisting & Credits For Ace Clark’s Black Privilege:

  1. ‘Good Things’ f/ Naiika Sings 
  2. ‘Runnin’ f/ Mk Asante 
  3. ‘Black Don’t Crack’ f/ Chris Scholar 
  4. ‘Maxine’ f/ Elzhi
  5. ‘All In’
  6. ‘Rain or Shine’ f/ Kota the Friend
  7. ‘Naïve’
  8. ‘Hard to Breathe’ f/ Skyzoo & Tommy Versailles 
  9. ‘Out the Blue’ f/ Fashawn & Khalia Cummings 
  10. ‘War’
  11. ‘They Don’t Know’ f/ Beanie Sigel & Jay Future
  12. ‘You Don’t Know The Half’ f/ Khalia Cummings 
  13. ‘Signs’ f/ Talib Kweli and Joell Ortiz 
  14. ‘What Are We Here For’
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