Harlem World feat. Carl Thomas, "You Made Me" (1998)
Ma$e's 1997 debut album Harlem World was such a success that it spun off a group of the same name, featuring the rapper's twin sister Baby Stase and future solo star Loon. The sole album the group released via So So Def in 1999, The Movement, was heavy on major stars and rising producers. Just Blaze notched one of his first single releases with "I Like It," and Kanye West landed a couple of deep cuts, including "You Made Me," where Loon is hopelessly outmatched trading rhymes with Nas, then at the peak of his fame.