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After his critically acclaimed 2001 masterpiece Disposable Arts, Masta Ace returned in 2004 with the prequel A Long Hot Summer. In an era of disjointed rap albums that are typically an uneven mixture of hits and filler, A Long Hot Summer sets itself apart, by telling a compelling story through its incredible songs and interludes. Packed with warm, soulful beats from some of the games best producers; this conceptual album follows the life of an underground rapper trying to make his way through the mean streets of Brooklyn. With guest appearances by The Beatnuts, Big Noyd, Edo G., Jean Grae, Punch & Words and Rahzel, A Long Hot Summer succeeds in maintaining its cohesiveness throughout the riveting storyline. The lyrics are deep and introspective and the songs are colorful and panoramic.