“All I ask when I die, dress me fly and neatly/And brush my waves so I’m handsome when the b!tches greet me…”
Sometimes forgotten due to his controversial exit, then return, then exit again is the fact Ma$e dropped one of Bad Boy’s classic LP’s in the form of 1997’s Harlem World. While DMX only appears on the hook of “Take What’s Yours,” it goes without saying that he and Betha had an obvious chemistry on tracks during the late ’90s. Even with X’s violent rhyme scheme and Ma$e’s recliner seat flow, they consistently seemed fluent in the company of one another. A true case of opposites attracting. But with Earl and Mason, like with most cases in life, the good times never lasted and we always flash back to moments like these when the suits were shiny and hell being dark and hot was a good thing.
“Don’t leave while ya hot, that’s how Ma$e screwed up…” — Kanye
‘Tis true. ‘Tis true. Often referred to as the “Barry Sanders syndrome.”[audio:http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/03-take-whats-yours-ft-dmx.mp3%5D
Download — Ma$e Feat. DMX – “Take What’s Yours”