Mase ma$e presents harlem world the movement

"Take Me There" is a contemporary R&B / rap song with a soft melody and the song runs for four minutes and four seconds while the full length version, including the instrumental, is five minutes and two seconds. It contains interpolations of the original Rugrats TV theme, which was written by Mark Mothersbaugh (not credited as a songwriter though) with an additional hip hop/rap beat.

Mase played basketball for Manhattan Center along with his close childhood friend Cam’ron . As teens, the two dabbled in rap as a hobby, briefly forming a group called Children of the Corn ("corn" short for "corner") with fellow Harlem rappers Big L , Herb McGruff and Derek "Bloodshed" Armstead. [6] [7] . Damon Dash , a fellow Manhattan Center student, was the group's manager for a while. After graduating high school in 1994, Mase went to the State University of New York at Purchase in Westchester, New York, on a basketball scholarship. He returned to Harlem after only a couple of semesters, intent on pursuing a career in rap. Stason introduced her brother to Cudda Love, a road manager for rapper The Notorious . (or "Biggie"). In 1996 Cudda took Mase down to Atlanta, where Jermaine Dupri and Sean "Diddy" Combs were attending a rap convention. Shortly after meeting and rapping for Combs at the Hard Rock Café, Mase signed a $250,000 deal with Bad Boy Records and joined labelmate Biggie in publishing hip-hop music. [8] Within a week Mase was featured on and also was in the video for 112 's " Only You " with Biggie. He also appeared on three massive hits with Biggie and/or Combs: Can't Nobody Hold Me Down , Mo' Money, Mo' Problems and Been Around the World , which reached , and No. 2 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100 .

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