How Rich Is Mase? Net Worth, Career, Salary

Fivio Foreign was recently featured on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, where he revealed that he earned a $5,000 advance for his deal with Mase’s RichFish label. After hearing the song Blixky Inna Box, he was eager to work with Mase. Fivio signed the document without consulting a lawyer after it was presented to him. Fivio stated:

“’Yo man,’ said the n***a who led me to him. ‘Just sign that shit, jerk,’ I say. ‘Yes, read it.’ ‘OK, just sign,’ he says. It is OK.’ So I just signed.”

Foreign stated that he expected it to last a long time, but it didn’t, despite appreciating Mase’s understanding of the music business and the influence he had on him. He said, “

“I will not cry or lament over spilled milk. This is a choice I have already made. I am in a better position for now. He gets what he gets… But I have complete control over my finances.”

The purchase has not yet been completed, although Mase no longer owns Fivio’s publication. Foreign said he moved to Columbia Records early in his career, and his debut studio album, BIBLE, was released in April 2022.

Mase’s financial net worth

The rapper, also known as Mason Durell Betha, worked with Bad Boy Records founder Sean “Diddy” Combs in the late 1990s. He had six Billboard Hot 100 hits and eventually rose to fame with his albums Harlem World, Double Up and Welcome Back. As of August 2023, CelebrityNetWorth estimates the 46-year-old’s net worth to be around $8 million. He has made a lot of money through his profession as a rapper and television personality, and he also owns the record label RichFish Records. Fivio Foreign signed to the label in 2019, and the deal was reportedly worth $1 million.

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Mason began his career in high school as a member of the rap group Children of the Corn. In 1996, Mason met Cudda Love through his sister and the two traveled to a rap conference in Atlanta, Georgia, where they met Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs. Mason secured a $250,000 contract with Combs’ Bad Boy Records and began participating in many projects. Harlem World, his debut studio album, was released in October 1997, and his singles were equally successful. He performed in episodic roles on the songs of other artists.

Fivio Foreign signed Mase for $5k and G Herbo.

— hy (@TheMindOfHY) July 24, 2022

In 1998, he founded All Out Records and released his second album, Double Up, in 1999. He took a five-year sabbatical from music to attend Clark Atlanta University and become an ordained minister. In 2004, he released his third album, Welcome Back. Mason took another break in 2007, but returned in 2009 when Michael Jackson died. He appeared on a number of additional tracks, including Uptown Boy, Best I Ever Had, Get It and more. In 2012, he left Bad Boy Records.

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