AceShowbiz - It looks like Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has a change of heart. Having faced criticism for years for allegedly not treating his artists fairly, the Bad Boy Records founder finally gave Ma$e and other ex-signees their publishing rights back.
According to multiple reports, the 53-year-old decided to reassign the publishing rights to the likes of Faith Evans, the estate of the late Notorious B.I.G. as well as Ma$e. Ma$e himself has been feuding with the music executive, who allegedly didn't pay him for his work.
While Ma$e has yet to address the report, Cam'ron confirmed that Diddy, who founded Bad Boy Records in 1993, finally returned Ma$e's publishing. When making the revelation on Instagram, Cam'ron also took the opportunity to announce his next project, "The Lost Files Vol. 1", which will arrive on Friday, September 8.
"My n***a murder had to sit this one out. He just got his publishing back from Puff. Just finished the paper work for that yesterday," he wrote in the caption. "Congrats @rsvpmase while he getting his music back in order, I'm dumping my hard drive pause. The lost files vol 1. Sept 8."