Mase is back again for the very fourth time with the sparse track Extra Ordinary off his upcoming album Suicide Note. Tha Cornaboy’s production is minimal, flowing, and pop-infused (see Bad Boy mentor Diddy‘s track “Last Night” for reference). For his part Mase exhibits the same slow flow he’s had since 1997, at this point you either love his lazy style or hate it, Mase isn’t gonna change. Is Mase ordinary or extraordinary? Let the debate begin.
Written by Nathan S. on 03/1/07
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