Ma$e has seemingly secured a victory.

According to Cam’ron, the former Bad Boy Records signee has reclaimed his publishing. He shared the announcement regarding his friend and partner while promoting his upcoming mixtape, “The Lost Files.”

My n—a murder had to sit this one out,” Cam’ron wrote in an Instagram post. “He just got his publishing back from Puff. Just finished the paper work for that yesterday.”

He continued, “Congrats @rsvpmase while he getting his music back in order, I’m dumping my hard drive pause. The lost files vol 1. Sept 8.”


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The news follows Ma$e being outspoken about the way Diddy does business in 2020. He called him out for having a “horrendous business model” and “robbing” his artists, according to USA Today.

In addition, the Harlem rapper claimed that Diddy kept his publishing for over two decades and paid him $20,000 for it.

“Your past business practices knowingly has continued purposely starved your artist and been extremely unfair to the very same artist that helped u obtain that Icon Award on the iconic Badboy label,” Mase shared in a since deleted Instagram post, per USA Today.

August 2023 seems to have been an eventful month for Ma$e.

As AFROTECH previously told you, he and Cam’ron reportedly signed an eight-figure deal with Underdog Fantasy for their sports show, “It Is What It Is.”

“When you on stage and your bank app goes off and its for commas,” Ma$e wrote in an Instagram caption. “I almost quit rap again.”

He continued, “Team effort champ! No chips without team. When I said I wish we could have done over it was our friendship I didn’t know this was even on the itinerary. #GetRichWithYourDayOnes.”

Cam’ron and Ma$e’s “It Is What It Is” will return for season two in September 2023 on the “Come And Talk 2″ Me network.