Cipha Sounds Hip Hop improv show “Take It Personal” has spawned some hilarious revelations from industry insiders and hip hop artists. From Biggie and DJ Premier sharing an intimate moment to Action Bronson witnessing a stabbing as a kid.
This time around, the former Vice President of A&R at Bad Boy Records shared his stories with the crowd at the UCB Theatre on East 3rd street in New York City’s Lower East Side. In the night’s highlight, D-Dott recounts his first meeting with Ma$e (back when he was Murda Mase) in 1997 and reveals the Harlem native’s peculiar writing process.
Acted out by Abra Tabak (@abratabak), Phillip Jackson (@PhilAugustaJ), Brandon Garnder (BrandonJGardner) and Cipha Sounds himself act out this story and Momma Ma$e makes a hilarious appearance.
Check out Cipha Sounds Take It Personal every Friday at 9pm at the UCB Theatre on East 3rd Steet and Ave A.
Check out the video of the hilarious Ma$e story and sketch below: