Rapper Mase Switches Panamera for Stingray in His “Nothing” Music Video

Rapper Mase Switches Panamera with Stingray 1 photo
Photo: Screenshots from Revolt Youtube Channel
In the newly released video "Nothing," Rapper Mason Durell Behta, better known by stage name Mase, leaves a Porsche Panamera Turbo behind to drive a white Corvette Stingray Convertible. Featuring fellow artist Eric Bellinger, the clip also has the average hot ladies and money bills all over the place.
The video premiere was on Puff Daddy’s Revolt TV and DJ Mustard-style track finds Mase rediscovering his nonchalant style of rhyming, and Bellinger flying high above the beat with his voice. But it’s not our duty to talk music, so we’re going straight to the fun part, the cars.

Now that is one interesting question the Harlem rapper indirectly puts out and we have to admit to chose between the two cars comes pretty tricky. But let us look a bit closer. The Panamera is generally considered to be the long-awaited fruit of Porsche’s 989 concept from the late 1980s. We think, Mase is driving a Turbo model, which means it comes with a 4.8-liter V8 twin turbo engine, one that generates 500 horsepower (pre-facelift).

Then, we have that good looking convertible Corvette Stingray. According to its manufacturers, engineers have started over from scratch to build a revolutionary lightweight vehicle with the aesthetic impact and the performance. Its engine works using a 7-speed transmission with five distinct driver modes ready for any road, and develops 460 horsepower.

Well, we’re not going to pick any of the two, just because it’s probably a matter of taste and budget, but we’ll state either of them is just a really cool ride.

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