Whether or not its his distinct view on life or his potent voice in music Ace Clark is bound to have you walking away feeling uplifted, focused and appreciative.
The Brooklyn native credits his problematic youth and his grandmothers guidance as the keys to why he makes music for the soul. Influenced by the likes of D'Angelo , Bilal and Mos Def you quickly get a rich dose of melodic music with a message of pain and hope. Ace touches on social and economic dismay while bridging the gap between what feels good and his own personal dilemmas. Although his career is only beginning Ace has received praise from Ice-T, Slick Rick, LL Cool J, Elzhi and DJ Clue ; Justin Timberlake's manager Johnny Wright has even gone as saying "Ace has a sound that the older generation will embrace because of his vocal selection". In 2013, Ace was a key contributor to the MySpace relaunch giving many people a very deep and powerful introduction into his Brooklyn roots. In recent years Ace has been featured on MTV, BET, and Video Music Box. In 2015 , Ace released his debut project “The Good Fight” which had notable features from Skyzoo , Nitty Scott , and DyMe-A-DuZiN. The project went on to get acclaim from AfroPunk , The Source Magazine, Vibe Magazine and other prominent publications. In late 2018 , Ace released his sophomore album “Black Privilege”. The album had notable features from Talib Kweli , Beanie Sigel , Joell Ortiz & Elzhi. Ace is currently working on a EP slated for 2019. Stay tuned.