Mase Scores a Hit for the ‘Shiny Go well with’ Period: Oct.

 

On at the present time, Prince launched Controversy, LL Cool J dropped Phenomenon, Gravediggaz delivered their second album and Mase scored a significant hit for Unhealthy Boy’s “shiny go well with” period with “Feels So Good.”

1981: Prince stirs up Controversy 

Along with his fourth launch, Controversy, Prince continued to discover the pop-synth sound of its predecessor, Soiled Thoughts. The album stays among the many music icon’s most defining, as he broached heavy matters over danceable funk-laced jams. The title monitor is a chief instance: “Do I consider in god, do I consider in me? / Some individuals wish to die to allow them to be free / I stated life is only a recreation, we’re all simply the identical, do you wish to play?” It is a idea Prince would discover extra throughly on the album’s observe up, 1982’s 1999 and would proceed to play with frequently. He mingled religious curiosity and carnality, and poked enjoyable on the approach the world meandered between the 2, whereas admitting his place within the midst of it. Past “Controversy,” the eight-track album featured one other Prince normal, “Do Me,” the lone monitor written by somebody aside from himself, Andre Cymone.

 

1997: Mase explains why he “Feels So Good”

Mase helped to outline the “shiny go well with” period of Unhealthy Boy Data, and his tune “Feels So Good” from his 1997 debut, Harlem World, performed no small half in establishing the visible for that second in historical past. Sparkle and bling stuffed the Hype Williams-directed video, with Mase and Diddy joyously dancing, having fun with their success. The tune peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Scorching 100, and prominently sampled Kool & the Gang’s “Hollywood Swinging.” Including to its endurance, the tune is featured within the online game, NBA 2K18.

“Up till that time, all my success was Puff’s success,” Mase stated in a 2014 interview with Complicated. “So,…

Mase Scores a Hit for the ‘Shiny Go well with’ Period: Oct.