Maestro Zone

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Maestro Zone
Studio album by Maestro Fresh Wes
Released April 21, 1992
Recorded 1990–1992
Genre Canadian hip hop
Length 54:05
Label Polydor/PolyGram
Producer Maestro Fresh Wes, K-Cut, Sir Scratch, DJ L.T.D.
Maestro Fresh Wes chronology
The Black Tie Affair
(1991)
Maestro Zone
(1992)
Naaah, Dis Kid Can't Be from Canada?!!
(1994)
Singles from Maestro Zone
  1. "Another Funky Break (From My Pap's Crate)"
    Released: 1992

Maestro Zone is the third studio album by Canadian rapper Maestro Fresh Wes, released April 21, 1992 on Polydor/PolyGram Records. It is a re-packaged version of his previous album, The Black Tie Affair, featuring four new songs. The only single was "Another Funky Break (From My Pap's Crate)". In 1992, just before the album was released, Maestro moved to Brooklyn, New York in an attempt to expand his fanbase in the US.[1][2] It was nominated for Best Rap Recording at the 1993 Juno Awards.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Featured guest(s) Length
1. "Another Funky Break (From My Pap's Crate)" Maestro Fresh Wes, DJ L.T.D. 3:56
2. "On the Jazz Tip" K-Cut 3:31
3. "Conductin' Thangs" K-Cut Simone Denny 4:49
4. "Watchin' Zeroes Grow" Maestro Fresh Wes 3:01
5. "Hittin' the Girlschools" K-Cut 5:25
6. "Private Symphony" Sir Scratch, K-Cut Carlos Morgan 5:05
7. "The Maestro Zone" K-Cut 5:15
8. "Ebony Mozart" K-Cut Thando Hyman 3:53
9. "V.I.P.'s Only" K-Cut 3:52
10. "Poetry Is Black" K-Cut 4:13
11. "L.T.D. Makes a Toast" K-Cut 1:49
12. "Bring It On" Maestro Fresh Wes 4:04
13. "Nothin' at All" Maestro Fresh Wes 5:01

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rapper's Canadian success Jam!. Accessed on May 26, 2010.
  2. ^ Border Block - Canadian Hip Hop vs. America CBC. Accessed on May 26, 2010.