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Aceyalone

A founding member of Freestyle Fellowship, Aceyalone played an important role in the evolution of left-field hip-hop on the West Coast during an era when hardcore gangsta rap reigned. Following the dissolution of Freestyle Fellowship, Aceyalone embarked on a solo career that never resulted in enormous success but did allow him to maintain his revered status within the West Coast underground hip-hop scene. He debuted solo on All Balls Don't Bounce (1995) and followed-up with A Book of Human Language (1998). After a three-year absence from the hip-hop scene, he returned in 2001 with Accepted Eclectic, an album released by the Ground Control label, which also re-released his debut album. A new label, Project Blowed, issued Hip Hop and the World We Live In (2002) and Love & Hate (2003), the latter featuring collaborations with El-P and Antipop Consortium. In 2004 Project Blowed secured the rights to All Balls Don't Bounce from Capitol and reissued it with a bonus disc, bringing not only extra music but reviving the album after many years out of print. In 2006, Aceyalone released Magnificent City, a collaboration with underground producer RJD2, as well as Grand Imperial, a limited-edition collection of remixes and other exclusive tracks. His 2007 album, Lightning Strikes, was inspired by reggae and dancehall music. It was produced by Bionik, who was also behind the boards for 2009's The Lonely Ones, an album influenced by Motown, soul, and doo wop. Bionik returned for 2013's Leanin' on Slick, another retro-minded album with Cee Lo Green as special guest. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
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Got introduced from to this guy from NFL 2K5
Sounds very much like Cut Chemist to me.. NOT a bad thing, just saying.
amphibious26 _ r a y
Good stuff righr here...
Rapps on Deck THUG SOUNDTRACK
Ace-one!!! Love this foo, been listening to him since 95 in da LAz! When I walk my footprints indent cement!
Sic beat
Good, yup. @Hexx Fk yaa dope Beat.s, flo, Word.s digg. ♥ n Peace
Dope
This beat is epic...
i was confused for a second, i knew that wasnt rjd2, good to see most everybody else caught that.
Oh. . . . To have seen The Freestyle Fellowship. Live.
dope.
the weird part is it only shows RJD2's bio in the main section... whereas the bio right above here is the correct one. Someone got lazy somewhere... too much copy/pastin' code.
LOL FIX THIS PANDORA!! Had me thinking RJD2 made this track. That's how rumors spread.
lol glad to see others equally confused about why they have rjd2's bio up for aceyalone
sandoval.ish
what is up with this bio being about RJD2. I like RJD2, but he is NOT Aceyalone. Pandora needs to fix this glitch asap.
zeranamu
Have you gone to http://www.p a n d o r a . c o m / m u s i c / a r t i s t / r j d 2 and actually read that bio? Seems like they're talking about two different people to me.
um this is a bio for RJD2. Not Aceyalone.
eddie so fresh off the headie
marcobhimani
BIGG UPS LOS ANGELES.
Aceyalone - sounds like "I see ya alone." used to rock the house as a standout member of The ill-fated Freestyle Fellowship whose talent at time overrode their product.
Ace is one of the best rhymers in the game known for both his writing and his impeccable flow.
He is the such a good lyricist
lcruiser123
WTF where is "Accepted Eclectic"

You dropped the ball Pandora!!
albertaceved o 2
my balls of steel scrape and make sparks when i walk
a.c. is the s**t... shout to project blowed
i'm late to the game on this one, but aceyalone is sick to death!this track "Easy" with chali2na is right!
pgietl
All balls dont bounce is one of the best underground albums ever made
Aceyalone is great by himself, but I think it's time for a Haiku d'Etat reunion...
ya i'm pretty sure not all the info is right. it says he bounced from the scene from 98 to 2001 but he was part of haiku d'etat in 99... ridiculously ill rapper though
laurad3378
dude, this is pretty sic. dig the electronica sound of this song... very cool
why does it say all ball's dont bounce was released in 2004 im almost positive it was released in 1995... and he is so NASTY! freestyle fellowship is so ill, so is Haiku D'Etat, and The A-Team, PROJECT BLIZ NI EZ NOED!
He is good, specifically love the RJD2 productions. Lota of talent, but the thing that sets him above others is his passion.
Aceyalone is one of the most creative and talented hip-hop artist out there.
Why dont they have the Accepted Eclectic Album!?!?!
underrated for sure
dis my n**ga
this artist is phenomenal. This artist belongs with the same ranks as rakim;biggie ; b i g daddy kane;dell; mos def; canibus; opio; abstract rude;guru;kr s - o n e ; b u s t a ryhmes, just to name a few........

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