In the 90s, Bad Boy Record’s music reeked of fun and affluence, which set trends with a lasting impact on Hip-Hop culture. Complex revisits that time in the latest installment of Magnum Opus, in which they detail the label’s then young superstar, Ma$e, and his “Feel So Good” single.
Younger rap fans remember Ma$e for his flossy bars and pretty boy demeanor, but the documentary series explores his life before the fame. Supporting figures, including Bad Boy’s own Puff Daddy, Jadakiss, and co-producer Deric “D-Dot” Angelettie, assist in painting the picture of how the song came to be.
Get the full story by pressing play below. Get another dosage of Bad Boy history by watching the Magnum Opus detailing Puff and Ma$e “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” here.