Ma$e Taps Kanye, Diddy, Dipset For Now We Even Album

What about Drake?

Just the fact that Ma$e even plans to release an album this year is exciting, and after hearing the collaborations he has lined up, we're looking forward to it even more.

Back in May, he dropped the Now We Even track "Nothing," and during a recent interview with Hot 107.9, the Harlem rapper revealed that Kanye West and Rick Ross will be featured on his upcoming single "Billboard." And, Dipset will be featured on the album as well -- hollarlujah, amen.

"It should be out the first week in October," Ma$e said. "We gon' have Yayo on it, Ross, Puff, Dipset. It's gon' be really special. This will be what I would have put out after Harlem World, so it's gonna be really special."

Last year Ma$e told MTV News that he would only consider signing with Drake and Kanye West. There's been no update on his label situation, but since he has a 'Ye collaboration in the bag, maybe Drizzy is on the tracklist as well. We definitely know that the Toronto rapper is interested in working with him.

(Ma$e and Drake want to work with each other)

And, FYI, he only wants to be referred to as Ma$e from here on out. No Mason Betha, no Murda Ma$e or any of that.