Now that Ma$e is clearly no longer a part of Bad Boys Records; having parted ways with Diddy after 16 years, tasty tidbits have begun coming out of the closet of this rapper. For instance, the lay public is now told that Ma$e wrote the lyrics for many a Diddy classic including Puff’s breakthrough album – “No Way Out”.
This is what Mason Betha told MTV -“We just put our heads together and Puff said he was gonna be the artist,” “I stayed in the studio, helped write and he came up with the records. He wanted to do the records that I wrote and he just started rapping on ‘em and then he said ‘I’ma put you on the record with me,’ so that’s how it happened. Everything I had for myself that was like my demo, that became his album. Then I was thinking, well, ‘how can I do it again?’ He worked with me to become the artist that I became, doing Harlem World, so it was just a collective effort.”