Ace Clark connects with Talib Kweli and Joell Ortiz for his new single ‘Signs’.
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, Aceâ€™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.
Aceâ€™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 & BETâ€™s 106 & Park to name just a few.
Aceâ€™s mantra is about creating music that pushes the culture forward while withstanding the test of time; and thatâ€™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 Aceâ€™s vocals that have been pitched corrected and modulated.
Today, Ace premieres his sophomore albumâ€™s lead-single, â€œSigns,â€ featuring fellow Planet Brooklynites Talib Kweli and Joell Ortiz. Ace Clarkâ€™s Black Privilege will be released on 9-14-18.
Related:Â Ace Clark â€“ The Good Fight (EP)
Tracklisting & Credits For Ace Clarkâ€™s Black Privilege:
- â€˜Good Thingsâ€™ f/ Naiika Sings
- â€˜Runninâ€™ f/ Mk Asante
- â€˜Black Donâ€™t Crackâ€™ f/ Chris Scholar
- â€˜Maxineâ€™ f/ Elzhi
- â€˜All Inâ€™
- â€˜Rain or Shineâ€™ f/ Kota the Friend
- â€˜Hard to Breatheâ€™ f/ Skyzoo & Tommy Versailles
- â€˜Out the Blueâ€™ f/ Fashawn & Khalia Cummings
- â€˜They Donâ€™t Knowâ€™ f/ Beanie Sigel & Jay Future
- â€˜You Donâ€™t Know The Halfâ€™ f/ Khalia Cummings
- â€˜Signsâ€™ f/ Talib Kweli and Joell Ortiz
- â€˜What Are We Here Forâ€™