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Sittin' on Chrome
Sittin' on Chrome
Studio album by Masta Ace Incorporated

Released

May 2, 1995

Recorded

May 1994 - February 1995

Studio

Firehouse Studios
(Brooklyn, New York)

Genre

Hip hop

Length

68:13

Label

Delicious Vinyl

Producer

Ase One, Bluez Bruthas, Uneek, Louie Vega

Sittin' on Chrome is the second and final studio album from hip hop group Masta Ace Incorporated, which consisted of Masta Ace, Lord Digga, Paula Perry and Leschea. It was released in May 2, 1995 by Delicious Vinyl. Ace followed the success of his 1992 hit "Jeep Ass Niguh and the single "Crooklyn" (released with the Crooklyn Dodgers) with his most commercially successful album, which was concentrated more on the West Coast hip hop/Gangsta Rap sound that particularly became a popular trend among many artists nationwide since the mega success of Dr. Dre's album 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 "Sittin' on Chrome". A year after the release, Ace split with the I.N.C. crew in early 1996 and was largely missing from Hip-Hop scene, until he released his comeback album Disposable Arts in 2001 of October.

Track listing Edit

  1. "Intro" - 2:54
  2. "The I.N.C. Ride" - 4:10
  3. "Eastbound" - 4:30
  4. "What's Going On!" - 4:51
  5. "The B-Side" - 4:07
  6. "Sittin' on Chrome" - 4:06
  7. "People in My Hood" - 4:21
  8. "Turn It Up" - 4:22
  9. "U Can't Find Me" - 4:12
  10. "Ain't No Game" - 4:36
  11. "Freestyle?" - 3:28
  12. "Terror" - 4:35
  13. "Da Answer" - 4:56
  14. "4 Da Mind" (feat. Cella Dwellas) - 4:45
  15. "Born to Roll" - 4:14
  16. "The Phat Kat Ride" - 4:06
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