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Mase

Mase is a well known rapper, raised in Harlem, NYC. Mase had an extremely successful run in the rap scene in the mid 1990's, with his 1997 debut album, "Harlem World", going on to sell over 3 million copies. However, his 1999 follow-up album, "Double Up", would fail to be anywhere as successful, probably due to the resurgence of thuggish rap, spearheaded by the likes of Trick Daddy, Master P and Mystikal. In late 1999, Mase retired from the rap scene, and instead became a pastor. However, in 2003, Mase announced his comeback to the rap scene, releasing his third album, "Welcome Back", to huge ...read more

Mase is a well known rapper, raised in Harlem, NYC. Mase had an extremely successful run in the rap scene in the mid 1990's, with his 1997 debut album, "Harlem World", going on to sell over 3 million copies. However, his 1999 follow-up album, "Double Up", would fail to be anywhere as successful, probably due to the resurgence of thuggish rap, spearheaded by the likes of Trick Daddy, Master P and Mystikal. In late 1999, Mase retired from the rap scene, and instead became a pastor. However, in 2003, Mase announced his comeback to the rap scene, releasing his third album, "Welcome Back", to huge success. The album reached number 4 on the Billboard charts, and both the album, and the popular self-titled track, eventually became certified gold. In 2007, Mase appeared to disappear from the rap scene, but returned in 2009 by appearing on the remixed version of "I Need a Girl" by R&B singer, Trey Songz. He is currently working on his long-awaited fourth album, "Now We Even", independently on his own record label, Rich Fish Records. « hide

Similar Bands: Children of the Corn, Puff Daddy, Harlem World

Welcome Back
2004

3.1
6 Votes
Double Up
1999

2.2
3 Votes
Harlem World
1997

3.1
11 Votes

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