"You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies."
That's the scripture above as Mass The Difference rises above past hate and disappointments from friends who have stabbed him in the back. He cleans out the trash in his life and moves right on without looking back. It's scary hours for them as they are now seeing him succeed when they had wished him the opposite, instead his "Happy Hours" are just beginning. On a jazzy Crowns of Glory "Lord Hold Me In Your Arms" sample, he bares his heart as he reflects on his life. It is without a doubt that Mass can rap, and he's proved to be able to make good music too. Sticking to raps, "Happy Hours," is in two parts. He switches it up and now reflects on the love that surrounds him. He gives props to Cassper Nyovest for putting him on and contributing to his journey in music. The song is brilliantly structured, creating a nostalgic rap feel like those of Blu and Exile and the likes.
Caught between two worlds, one of love and the other of disappointments, Mass picked one, and it led to his "Happy Hours." Listen to the song below: