Masta Ace, who got his start as a rapper in 1980s Brooklyn, is coming to the Traverse this Thursday, March 14. He is regarded as one of the most skilled and influential rappers ever and has been called “one of the great pure New York MCs” and a “truly an underappreciated rap veteran and underground luminary.” He’s at the Traverse on his Sons of Yvonne tour, with Stricklin, Wordsworth, and Ill Tone & the Kids. Doors open at 9:30 p.m.

Masta Ace, who got his start as a rapper in 1980s Brooklyn, is coming to the Traverse this Thursday, March 14. He is regarded as one of the most skilled and influential rappers ever and has been called “one of the great pure New York MCs” and a “truly an underappreciated rap veteran and underground luminary.” He’s at the Traverse on his Sons of Yvonne tour, with Stricklin, Wordsworth, and Ill Tone & the Kids. Doors open at 9:30 p.m.

Masta Ace comes to the Traverse

Masta Ace, who got his start as a rapper in 1980s Brooklyn, is coming to the Traverse this Thursday, March 14.

Masta Ace, who got his start as a rapper in 1980s Brooklyn, is coming to the Traverse this Thursday, March 14. He is regarded as one of the most skilled and influential rappers ever and has been called “one of the great pure New York MCs” and a “truly an underappreciated rap veteran and underground luminary.” He’s at the Traverse on his Sons of Yvonne tour, with Stricklin, Wordsworth, and Ill Tone & the Kids. Doors open at 9:30 p.m.

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