2. Ma$eThe man who put Harlem on the rise has been referenced enough times in the past 365 that fans deserve the former Bad Boy back. He held his own on a couple records (Young Scooter's "Made It Through" and 2 Chainz's "Beautiful Pain") and managed to flawlessly influence bars where he himself was sonically absent (Pusha T's "Let Me Love You" and Drake's "Worst Behavior").
After popping up onstage alongside Drake (and Diddy) at the Toronto kid's OVO Fest, it's clear Money Ma$e secured his spot on the 2014 comeback wish list.
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