Mase, born Mason Durell Betha, is a rapper, hip-hop artist, singer, performer, pastor, influencer, and motivational speaker from the United States. Mase’s net worth is $8 million as of 2022.
He amassed his fortune through his work in songwriting, rapping, performing, and hosting.
However, he does well as a motivational speaker, influencer, and television personality. He also makes money from social media marketing, commercials, and brand endorsements. He reportedly signed a $250K contract with Bad Boy Records previously.
He attended the State University of New York after finishing his studies at the Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics. He received a basketball scholarship there.
He later realized, however, that he was more suited to a career in music, so he dropped out and devoted his full time to music. RichFish, Death Row, Bad Boy, Atlantic Records, Children of the Corn, Harlem World, and others have signed him.
Wiki/Biography of Mase
Mase, who was born on August 27, 1975, will be 47 years old in 2022. He was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, in the United States.
He was then forced to relocate to Harlem with his mother to begin a new life after his father abandoned him. Mase currently lives in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America. He adheres to the Christian religious faith.
This is Mase’s educational timeline. He received his early education at a nearby elementary school. He then attended a nearby middle school. He attended Manhattan Center High School after finishing his education at a local middle school.
Prior to his academic career, he had struggled with behavioral issues. Mase was a regular churchgoer while living in Jacksonville. While attending Manhattan Center High School, he began honing his basketball skills and eventually earned the position of Point Guard.
He began rapping as a pastime with his friend Cam’ron. Murda Mase and Killa Cam took on the names Murda Mase and Killa Cam, respectively, and formed the band Children of Corn with Big L, Herb McGruff, and Bloodshed. Damon Dash managed the group for a short time. After meeting and rapping for Puff Daddy at the Hard Rock Cafe, Mase quickly signed with Bad Boy Records.
Mase also appeared on a number of songs with other artists on his label, including Puff Daddy’s “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” and Notorious B.I.G.’s “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems.” The RIAA certified his debut album, “Harlem World,” quadruple platinum, and his second and third albums, “Double Up” and “Welcome Back,” gold. Mase took a five-year hiatus from music in 1999 to attend college and pursue a “calling from God.”
Conflicts with Diddy and Cam’ron marred his later years of career, despite the fact that things initially went well for him after his 2004. Mase was married to Twyla Betha for more than a decade before their divorce in 2014.