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Being able to have a fly-on-the-wall look at any artist’s creative process in the studio is a special kind of blessing.

After releasing a new track this past week, Brooklyn emcee Masta Ace has decided to share more from his archives—this time taking it back to 2001.

His album, Disposable Arts, is often cited as one of the best concepts album in Hip Hop, with a story that follows a young man’s release from prison and how his life unfolded after being incarcerated.

The CD reissue from 2013 also came with a bonus 2-hour DVD documentary featuring majority of the album’s collaborators. The documentary was originally only available as part of the special edition reissue but Masta Ace and his team decided to set it free this weekend. The footage follows Masta Ace and gives an in-depth analysis, sharing all sorts of #ThrowbackThursday worthy material from the studio 15 years ago.