Although credible accolades and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities are worth real-time praise, nothing in life comes easily. In “Work Like That,” Call Me Ace debunks common misconceptions about achieving his success as a rapper who has released six projects in four years, performed on corporate stages, opened up for Snoop Dogg, worked with producer Sean T, and used his platform to donate $10,900 for social change.
According to Ace, avoiding lengthy breaks, maintaining a consistent work ethic, and staying true to himself is the blueprint for carrying out his life motto: “live a rich life instead of a life full of riches.” Through telling stories of different interactions from his career track, Ace encourages creatives to put in the work in order to become an honest and genuine individual who is committed to a grind that will pay off. He also makes a very clear distinction between people that “say” they support you, and people that “actually” support you. The two are not the same.
“Work Like That” follows Ace’s 2020 music releases of his two-part Working From Home EP series and motivational song, “No Assistance,” which can be heard on NBA 2K21 Next Gen.
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