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Mase Criticizes BET Awards, Says It’s “Not For The Betterment Of Black People”

The former Bad Boy rapper aired his grievances with the network's awards show on social media.

Diddy And Ma$e Join Ariana Grande During Coachella Performance

Fans of pop princess Ariana Grande already dubbed her performance “Arichella” before the “7 Rings” songstress even took to the stage at Coachella this Sunday (April 14)…

Eric Bellinger Enlists Ma$e, Wale And More For His New Album ‘Eazy Call’

Singer Eric Bellinger has excelled at bringing us a fresh body of work for the soul every year since 2014, and today is no different. After serving up remixes to hits…

Ma$e Freestyles Over JAY-Z ANd Nicki Minaj Beats With DJ Cosmic Kev

Ma$e popped up in Philly over the weekend to check in with his old friend DJ Cosmic Kev on Power 99. Continuing his new freestyle campaign, the Harlem rapper wasted no…

Ma$e Sits Atop “Rap Rushmore” On New Song Feat. Puff Daddy And DJ Khaled

If Ma$e’s diss track, “The Oracle,” aimed at childhood friend Cam’ron, was a reminder that the Harlem World MC can still rap, then his new song, “Rap Rushmore” featuring…

Cam’ron Claims Ma$e Is Lying About Pretty Much Everything On ‘The Breakfast Club’

Cam’ron and Ma$e’s saga isn’t over yet. This week they both conducted interviews on New York City radio to air out their sides of their issues with each other. Earlier…

Ma$e Calls Into ‘Hot 97’s’ ‘Ebro In The Morning’ To Speak His Peace

This Thanksgiving holiday was very eventful, thanks to diss records from friends-turned-foes, Ma$e and Cam’ron. If for some odd reason you’re not up-to-date on what went…

As 2017 Continues: Ma$e Releases Cam’ron Diss Track “The Oracle”

Apparently Ma$e has had enough of his former childhood friend Cam’ron. As you know, these two Harlem stars have been down since middle school and have gone through their…

The Evolution Of Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs And The Bad Boy Family Through VIBE’s Covers

The launch of VIBE was the definitive introduction of the power of Hip-Hop and culture to move the crowd. Before the Internet, before email, before social