Mase Tickets for Sale

Mase released his debut album, 'Harlem World' in October of 1997. The album went multi-platinum with hits like 'What you want', '24 hours to live', 'Lookin' at me' and 'Feel so good'. P.Diddy, Lil Kim, Jay-Z, DMX, Busta Rhymes, are a few big names featured in the album. Mase was the hottest artist in hip-hop music after his first album's release. 1999's 'Double Up' is Mase's sophomore effort. The album went gold. It was well received by critics and fans alike though it did not reach the dizzying scale of 'Harlem world'. Shortly, Mase stunned the music world with news of his leaving 'in order to pursue his faith'. Mase silenced skeptics when he joined Clark Atlanta University, received an honorary doctorate of theology from NY's St. Paul's Bible Institute and became a pastor. Mase founded S.A.N.E and is pastor of the organization.

After a five-year hiatus, Mase returned to music with the album 'Welcome back' on Bad Boy Records. This album reached Gold. Unlike his previous albums, Mase did not speak much about violence or sex as he was earlier wont to. It was in tune with his new Christian side. Title track 'Welcome Back' and 'Breathe, Stretch, Shake' did pretty well and received a moderate amount of airplay in Radio and videoplay in MTV.

In 2007, Mase will release his forthcoming album, 'The Suicide Note'. It features collaborations with contemporary rappers like Kanye West, 50 Cent, LL Cool J, Danity Kane, and Yung Joc among others. 'Extraordinary' is the first single.

His love of recording and performing live could not keep him away from the studio for too long. Mase is a7X platinum singer whose charisma and charisma attracts girls and fans enough to buy tickets. Hoefully, for us, harlem's 'Prince Charming' is here to stay.
Mase was born Mason Durell Betha on the 27th August 1974 in Jacksonville, Florida. After selling albums and tickets to thousands of fans, Mase left the music business and returned after serving as a pastor. In the 90's he performed with P. Diddy on the latter's hip-hop label, Bad Boy Records.

His family moved to Harlem, New York where Mase grew up rapping to entertain his friends in the school basketball team. A natural sportsman, he won a scholarship to SUNY but he spent all his time in his first love-rapping. Adopting the name 'Mase Murder', he joined 'Children of the Corn'. The band did not last long after a member died in a car crash. Mase continued as a solo artist, doing the rounds and meeting people in NY's hip-hop scene. In 1996, hoping to meet Jermaine Dupri, he went to Atlanta instead he met P.Diddy who signed him up in his label after an impromptu rap. Mase debuted in Diddy's 112's 'Only You' remix. Before the release of his own album, he was featured in Diddy's videos including, 'Can't nobody hold me down' and'It's all about the Benjamins'. Mase also appeared with Mariah Carey in her 'Honey' video, rapped the opening verse of Notorious B.I.G's 'Mo' money, Mo' problems' and Busta Rhymes' 'the Body Rock'. Other appearances include Brian McKnight's 'You should be mine' and Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s 'Young Cassanova'. The idea behind showcasing Mase with every major player was to ensure hip-hop fans recognized him.
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