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Masta Ace Incorporated - "The I.N.C Ride" (Dirty) [ HQ ] +Lyrics ! (4.18) (youtube.com)
Masta Ace Incorporated ‎– "The INC Ride"
Label:
Delicious Vinyl ‎– Y 7243 8 58376 1 6, Capitol Records ‎– Y 7243 8 58376 1 6
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:
US
Released:
1995
Genre:
Hip Hop
Style:
Tracklist:
A1 The I.N.C. Ride (Radio Remix)
Producer – Louie Vega
Remix – Ase One
A2 The I.N.C. Ride (Radio Remix Dub)
Producer – Louie Vega
Remix – Ase One
A3 The I.N.C. Ride (No Ends Mix)
Producer – Louie Vega
Remix – Mike Floss
B1 The Phat Kat Ride
Producer – Louie Vega
B2 The Phat Kat Ride (Dub)
Producer – Louie Vega
B3 4 Da' Mind
Producer – Ase One
Rap [Featuring] – Cella Dwellas, The*
Companies etc
Distributed By – Capitol Records, Inc.
Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delicious Vinyl, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Delicious Vinyl, Inc.
Published By – DAMASTA Music
Published By – Varry White Music
Credits
Design – Studio See
Executive-producer – Orlando Aguillen
Management – Jonathan Pollack
Other [Sample Clearance] – Madeleine Smith, Mark Smith
Photography By [Cover] – B+*
Written-By – O.Outlaw* (tracks: B3), C.McIntosh* (tracks: A3), C.Jasper* (tracks: A1, A2), C.Gerald* (tracks: B3), D.Clear*, E.Isley* (tracks: A1, A2), J.Eugene* (tracks: A3), L.Vega* (tracks: B1, B2), M.Isley* (tracks: A1, A2), O.Isley* (tracks: A1, A2), R.Ellis* (tracks: B3), R.Isley* (tracks: A1, A2), R.Isley* (tracks: A1, A2), S.Nichol* (tracks: A3)
Notes
℗ & © 1995 Delicious Vinyl, Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by Capitol Records, Inc.
Published by DAMASTA Music/Varry White Music (ASCAP)
A1 to B2 produced for Phat Kat Productions
A1, A2 remixed for UMDADA Entertainment
B3 produced for UMDADA Entertainment
A3 remixed for A Stone One Productions
Executive productions for Manteca Productions
Sample clearance for Songwriter Services
Management for P-Dawg Mgmt.
A1, A2 contains a sample from "For The Love Of You" as recorded by The Isley Brothers
A3 contains a sample from "Hangin' On A String" as recorded by Loose Ends

[ Lyrics ]

Chorus:

It's the ride y'all, come on we're goin on a ride
It's the ride y'all, come on I know you wanna ride
It's the ride y'all, come on we're goin on a ride
It's the ride y'lla, it's the I.N.C. Ride

Verse One:

R to the I, D to the E, check out how we the I.N.C.
Get more Biz than Markie as I spark thee
Mike like lightnin, that's frightenin, I'm hypin
Niggaz up, cuz they don't know the score
Ooooh here comes the roar, knock on your door
I wonder who it is and who could it be
Ain't nobody but the I.N.C.
Wit mo' Soul than the Train I'm a reign
With 808 beats that hit big like Kane
Daddy, caddy, Coup DeVille, chill
Jump in my ride and slide down the hill
To see if we catch dem kids talking that was talkin that mess
And tryin to impress, never the lesstheless, yo
I gotta let em know they can't find us, so get behind us
Cause we cruise in the I.N.C. Ride

Chorus


(Incorpate the I-N-C into a flow) -- 4X
From the East side, to the West side
From the North side, to the South side
From the East side, to the West side
From the North side, to the South side

Verse Two:

Ain't nobody but the A (o-kay)
And I'm not the one you wanna play (don't play)
I'm flat like a cap on a can of flat black
Let me snap back break a nigee down with my rap
Cause this is how we do
Who is the crew coming through with the brand new
As we flex and get fly, you cry
The roof is on fire but my name ain't Left Eye
Punks be all up on it like a Charlotte Hornet
But they full of Chicago Bull-shit cuz they don't want it
Ooooh, don't let me sing, I'm peaking
I'm freakin, get in that ass like a G-String
And that you don't need
We'll be blowin up like that movie Speed indeed you're on a ride

Chorus

(Incorpate the I-N-C into a flow) -- 4X
From the East side, to the West side
From the North side, to the South side
From the East side, to the West side
From the North side, to the South side

You're in a Lexus, or Blazer
You're in a Beamer, or a Benz
You're in a Corvette, or a Nissan
You're in a Sidekick, wit your friends
You're in a Caddy, a Landcruiser
A Range Rover, a Mustang
You're in a Burban with ten woofers
Then your system, it must bang

From the East, to the West
From the North, to the South
From the East, to the West
From the North, to the South
From the East, to the West

From the North, to the South
From the East, to the West
From the North, to the South
The I.N.C. Ride

"Sittin' on Chrome"

Studio album by Masta Ace Incorporated
Released May 2, 1995
Recorded 1994-1995
1992("Born to Roll")
Genre Hip Hop
Length 68:13
Label Delicious Vinyl
Producer Bluez Bruthas
Ase One
Uneek
Louie Vega
Masta Ace Incorporated chronology
SlaughtaHouse
(1993) Sittin' on Chrome
(1995) Disposable Arts
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
The Source 3.5/5 stars link
RapReviews.com 9/10 stars link
"Sittin' on Chrome" is the second album from Hip Hop group Masta Ace Incorporated, which includes Ace, Lord Digga, Paula Perry and Leschea. Ace followed the success of his 1994 hits "Jeep Ass Niguh" and "Crooklyn" (released with the Crooklyn Dodgers) with his most commercially successful album, which concentrated more on the West Coast/"gangsta" Hip-Hop sound that particularly became a popular trend among many artists nationwide since the mega-success of Dr. Dre's The Chronic.

"Sittin' on Chrome" features the crossover hit "Born to Roll" (the West Coast remix of "Jeep Ass Niguh"), which peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was originally released as a hidden track on his SlaughtaHouse album, as well as two more Hot 100 hit singles, "The I.N.C. Ride" and the title track. A year after the release, Ace split with the I.N.C. crew and was largely missing from the Hip Hop scene, until his comeback album, Disposable Arts, was released in 2001.

Contents [show]
Track listing[edit]
# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Intro" Bluez Bruthas (Lord Digga & Norman) Masta Ace
2 "The I.N.C. Ride" Louie Vega (for Phat Kat Productions) Masta Ace, Lord Digga
3 "Eastbound" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Masta Ace, Lord Digga, Paula Perry
4 "What's Going On!" Bluez Bruthas, Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Masta Ace
5 "The B-Side" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Leschea, Masta Ace, Paula Perry, Lord Digga
6 "Sittin' on Chrome" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Masta Ace
7 "People in my Hood" DJ U-Neek (for Eyceurokk Productions) Masta Ace
8 "Turn It Up" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment), Bluez Bruthas Leschea
9 "U Can't Find Me" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Lord Digga, Masta Ace
10 "Ain't No Game" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Paula Perry, Leschea, Lord Digga, Masta Ace
11 "Freestyle?" Bluez Bruthas Masta Ace
12 "Terror" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Lord Digga, Masta Ace, Leschea
13 "Da Answer" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Leschea, Masta Ace
14 "4 Da Mind" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Masta Ace, Lord Digga, Cella Dwellas (Ug & Phantasm)
15 "Born to Roll" Ase One (for UMDADA Entertainment) Masta Ace
16 "The Phat Kat Ride" Louie Vega (for Phat Kat Productions) Masta Ace, Lord Digga
Samples[edit]
"Sittin' on Chrome"

"Eazy-Duz-It" by Eazy-E
The I.N.C. Ride

"I Wanna Do Something Freaky to You" by Leon Haywood
"For the Love of You" by Isley Brothers
"Nuthin But a G Thang" by Dr. Dre
"Hanging on a String" by Loose Ends
The B-Side

"I Wanna Do Something Freaky to You" by Leon Haywood
Turn It Up

"Everybody Loves the Sunshine" by Roy Ayers
U Can't Find Me

"You Don't Have to Change" by Kool & the Gang
Ain't No Game

"Neo Terra (New Land)" by Freddie Hubbard
Freestyle?

"Spinning Wheel" by Lonnie Smith
Terror

"Sara Smile" by Eric Gale
Born to Roll

"Funky Worm" by Ohio Players
"Real Niggaz Dont Die" by N.W.A.
"Knowledge Me" by Original Concept
The Phat Kat Ride

"Upon this Rock" by Joe Farrell
Album singles[edit]
Album information
Born to Roll
Released: 1994
B-side: "Saturday Nite Live (DJ Premier Remix)"
The I.N.C. Ride
Released: 1995
B-side: "The Phat Kat Ride"
Sittin' on Chrome
Released: May 2, 1995
B-side: "Ya Hardcore"
Turn It Up
Released: 1996
B-side: "Top 10 List"
    • 1
    (deleted) Ace got DISSED for being a "sell out" and "too West Coast" lol that's laughable when you look at the hip-hop landscape these days!!!
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