Ma$e announces new album
Hip hop fans have been waiting with baited breath for Ma$e to return to the music scene with a vengeance. After a nine-year hiatus, the Harlem-bred rapper announced on Twitter that he'll finally be dropping his fourth album, "Now We Even," according to Complex magazine. He also added that he's aiming to collaborate on a track with 2 Chainz, Lauryn Hill, Cee Lo Green and Diddy.
His comeback doesn't come out of nowhere, though. Vibe noted that the former Bad Boy appeared at Drake's OVO Fest in Toronto this summer, performing "Mo' Money Mo' Problems" and "Feel So Good." Rumors began building that he might start recording again, though not necessarily with the same record label. According to the news outlet, the emcee has considered both Drake's OVO Sound and Kanye West's GOOD Music as alternative options.
There's no release date yet for this LP, but hopefully it will live up to the anticipation that's been building. What guest appearance would you most like to see on "Now We Even"?