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Check out the clip below for Funkmaster Flex interviewing 50 Cent. The part you'll want to skip to is 9:41. Out of the blue, 50 asks Flex if he's heard any of Diddy's new music? He goes on to say that he's got a track with the beat from Jay-Z's "Where I'm From" off of his "In My Lifetime, Vol. 1" album. Interestingly, that track was produced by Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie and Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, members of The Hitmen at the time.

50 goes on to say that he likes it, saying "I'm mad that I like it." He added that Biggie raps on it (we already knew Biggie was featured in some way, but not definitively that he rapped) and Diddy is singing. "He was hitting notes. Listen, he was hitting notes on this joint. And it ain't no autotune, he's actually singing on the record and he sounds good. I can't believe it. I didn't know he had that in him. I knew he could produce other singers, but for him to be in there like that, I was like 'oowee.'" Diddy confirmed that 50 was talking about "Angels" on his Twitter. You have to watch the clip to get the full effect.

After that part, though, continue to watch to hear 50 talk about the Mase situation way back when, sharing a story about Diddy, 50 Cent and Jimmy Iovine talking in a restaurant, where Diddy wanted $2 million for Mase. 50 says Iovine said that Mase isn't worth $2 million with $2 million in his pocket. But, Iovine offered to give his profits on the album to Diddy, 50 and Mase. But, Diddy still declined.

At one point he says that "Puff is foul," but after he explains what he meant, it just sounds like good business. Of course Diddy wants to get a lot for Mase - why wouldn't he? 50 suggests that Mase did something to Diddy, as far as taking money and not delivering and that is why Diddy wanted to make sure to get a high price for him. It's 50's side of it, but if it's true, it's basically what I said back when that was going on.

At any rate, the story here isn't Mase, but "Angels." I am really looking forward to hearing the track.