Ma$e has been on a roll since dropping his Cam'ron diss a little under a month ago and it doesn't look like he plans to stop it anytime soon. He continued his recently reignited campaign by delivering an impressive freestyle on DJ Cosmic Kev's radio show.

For this freestyle, which follows Black Thought's 10-minute rhyme session for the ages, Murda Ma$e glides over JAY-Z's Beanie Sigel and Amil-assisted 1999 single, "Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)." It feels like he should've been on the original.

"Now bougie bitch dialing me, just for salary/Move weight like calorie, fashion fatality/Roof like the galaxy, light come outta space/Bitch, you not the feds, it's no nigga I chase/Before I met Puff I was a backpack rapper/Stuff my Louis with millions, I'm a RatPack rapper," Ma$e spits. That's literally just the beginning, too.

There are punchlines and versatile rhymes abound in Ma$e's latest freestyle. Later on, the beat switches to Nicki Minaj's Lil Wayne and Drake-featuring track, "Truffle Butter," and Ma$e doesn't miss a beat. By the time he's done, it's clear that not only is Ma$e back, he never left.

Check out his epic freestyle for yourself below. Listen to his new song "Rap Rushmore" when you're done with that.

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