Mase’s journey back to show business came at the suggestion of his pastor and other mentors. They “told me, ‘You will be more effective if you go back into that world and show people that there is a better way. Don’t preach. Just give them the testimony of your life.'” Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs was thrilled. But Mase admitted to The New York Daily News that upon reentering the studio “there was some nervousness. But then I started hearing a beat and my freestyle flow came back to me.”
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