Murder Ma$e is back?!?! Pastor Beth drops a fiery Cam’ron diss song called “The Oracle.”
Ma$e should drop a new song about that old NYC sound said absolutely no one. Nevertheless, the former (sort of) Bad Boy rapper just dropped a new cut called “#WhenNYWasNY” with no traces of that NY boom bap.
We’ve been awaiting a proper release from Ma$e since he announced the title of his next LP, Now We Even. Today the former Bad Boy rapper unveils the first single “Nothing,” featuring Eric Bellinger.
Remember that time Ma$e called “take back” on divorcing his wife? Well it’s back on and documents reveal that the rapper turned pastor and his wife, Twyla, have been separated for two years.
Ma$e, the Harlem rapper turned emissary of God, is buckling down and insists that his rapping is not contradictory to his spreading of the word. Allegedly, the former Bad Boy artists believes he could have saved Michael Jackson if he was given the opportunity.
When Ma$e decided to start rapping again without stepping down from the pulpit, he was all but inviting the struggle to break up his Holy Trinity. Now a few members of his congregation are feeling cautious on allowing the Harlem rapper teach them how to live a sanctified life.
Most Hip-Hop fans are familiar with Ma$e and his story. These days, he’s favoring rap a lot more lately, which landed him on Detroit’s Hot 107.5 to discuss a bevy of topics, including his upcoming musical endeavors and nearly approaching a popular MC.
Many cite Kanye West for birthing a generation of MCs, but it’s Ma$e who influenced him early on. After a lengthy hiatus, the former Bad Boy has since returned to rap and more importantly supplies us with a track today called “Why Can’t We.”
While club anthems and swag music continue to dominate the airwaves, lyrics remain the foundation to any one picking up the microphone. Even with the acclaim that comes from spitting a strong verse, there are some rappers that have chosen to have others do the writing for them.
After a steady increase in on-wax appearances in recent years, Ma$e finally announced his plan to make a proper return to music via a studio album.
Cam’ron has been very transparent as of late, and he continued his string of public appearances this morning with The Breakfast Club. There, he discussed pretty much everything, including the root of his beef with Jay Z, Vado accusing him of being disloyal, where his relationship with Ma$e stands, and more.
Even though Jay Z has spilled much of his life throughout his music, there are just some things that keep us talking. From his past as a drug dealer, to his most public moments while on his way to becoming a Hip-Hop legend, to those rumors that he just can’t dodge, people want to know […]