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Clean & Cash

Mase comes back with some great, clean music, but I was a little disappointed with content of his rhymes. There seems to be an inordinate focus on $ for someone who has devoted their life to Christ. Never the less, I would recommend this disc to anyone looking for clean lyrics with some real talent to back them up.

well whadda ya know an awesome album with no PA sticker!

Mason Betha's latest delivers to evry extent of tha word. seriously, there' s not 1 cuss in the album, but he still keeps an awesome beat. i wish he had built up some publicity, like with a bigger hit single, so more ppl would check out this album cuz i know they would luv it. lots of the album discusses how he was forced 2 live the consequences of a thug life but also how he has moved past that. just as well, he underlyingly makes fun of thug rappers (listen to "welcome back", "i owe", and "money comes and goes" three or four times and you'll see what i mean). if Mase had hooked up more features (he really needs 2 do a song with Nelly that would rock every club in tha nation) then this would be multi platinum. but 4 now, all i can do is say give Mase a chance and BUY THIS ALBUM.

Clean but not Gospel

Mase comes through with his best album by far. The beats and lyrics are on point. I especially like "Keep It On" with its catchy hook. This song explains that dating can be fun without it leading to a woman taking her clothes off for a man. The album is clean but street savy and not necessarily preachy. The only downside of the album is the constant talk about money. With all of the other artist that rap about this subject you would think that Mase could distance himself from this topic especially being a man of God. Nevertheless a solid album and I would definetly recommend this album to any one who is sick and tired of hip hop artist who rap about mindless violence and degrading of women.


Born: August 27, 1977 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known as Puff Daddy's favorite sidekick, Mase secured his place as a Bad Boy label favorite through a series of guest appearances on hit singles by other artists. By the time he issued his debut album, the Bad Boy promotional machine had effectively already made him a star. His flow was slow and relaxed, and his raps often unabashedly simple, which helped make him especially popular with the younger segment of Puff Daddy's pop-rap audience (they could understand him and rap along). Of course,...
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