Mase declares himself a part of “Rap Rushmore” in fiery new track

Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for NVEMasePuff Daddy and DJ Khaled are the presidential figureheads of “Rap Rushmore,” which is the latest track from Mase

“Rap Rushmore” is a nod to the famous Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota that features the sculptured heads of U.S. presidents Thomas JeffersonGeorge Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt

“Rap Rushmore” is Mase’s follow-up song to his previous offering in November, “The Oracle.”   

That was a diss track aimed toward Cam’ron, who’s had beef with Mase for the past twenty years. 

You can listen to “The Oracle” in its entirety on YouTube.   

Fans familiar with Mase might remember his storied history with Puff, particularly since the “Welcome Back” rapper signed to Puffy’s Bad Boy Records label at the start of his career in the 1990s. 

Puffy produced Mase’s debut album, Harlem World, and his sophomore disc Double Up.   

Mase’s vocals have been featured on hit songs including “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” and “Been Around the World.” 

“Rap Rushmore” is available to stream on Soundcloud.  

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