Ma$e Tags Kanye West, Diddy, Rick Ross for New Album

Harlem rapper prepping "Billboard" single; "I've got something really serious coming," he says.

Kanye West, Rick Ross and Diddy will be on Ma$e's new album, the former Bad Boy rapper-turned-pastor revealed in an interview with Atlanta's Hot 107.9 during the station's Birthday Bash concert this month.

Ma$e was a surprise guest on the bill, alongside Future, Y.G., B.O.B, Sevyn Streeter, Waka Flocka, Kid Ink, Rozay, and more. 

His next single will be "Billboard," assisted by Yeezy and Ross, followed up by a couple of music videos he plans to drop. "I got something really serious coming," the Harlem native assured. "We just shooting a video in L.A. and in the desert so it's gon' be really sexy."

A full studio LP will be out this fall. "It should be out the first week in October," said Ma$e. "We gon' have like 'Ye on it, Ross, Puff, Dipset…it's gon' be really special."

The new project is the album Ma$e would've liked to follow his 1997 quadruple platinum debut. "This would be what I woulda' put out after Harlem World, so it's going to be really special," he said. 

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