Ma$eCam’ron and Jadakiss have announced they’ll be performing at the famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, for a special one-night-only concert.

According to a post on the Apollo Theater’s official website, Murda Ma$e, Killa Cam and Kiss will be performing on January 28 as part of the venue’s 2022-2023 season, which is titled The Next Movement — “an exploration of what’s new, now and next in music, dance, art and ideas.”

Fans looking for tickets can either pick them up on Ticketmaster or contact the Apollo Theater box office via e-mail at or telephone: (212) 531-5305.


The one-night-only show arrives months after their first-ever joint 3 Headed Monster Tour was cancelled in October. The trio first announced the tour back in September and were supposed to share the stage in cities throughout the East Coast and Southeast.

However, certain dates were being removed from the tour, and Ma$e started pointing fingers at Diddy for allegedly having something to do with it. At the time, Ma$e was on a rampage calling Diddy out for stealing money from him, which led to the tour cancellation blame.

In his Instagram post, Ma$e appeared to throw shade at the Bad Boy Records founder by claiming he has a “#1 hater [behind the scenes]” trying to sabotage his career.

“It’s Time To Show People What Fearless Looks Like,” he wrote. “‘No Matter What Happens, I’m Not Stopping Nothing That I’m Doing!’ So Y’all Can Cancel All of The Dates I will not apologize for what’s right! EITHER WAY I WILL BE PERFORMING SOMEWHERE!!!


“Also, to my #1 hater BTS make sure you pull up since your trying to stop everything I do BTS. We know what’s going on… but it’s not gonna work. Just setting me up for a bigger break! – Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.”

Despite having a fractured relationship with Puff, Ma$e was able to squash his decades-long beef with Cam’ron. A video shared on Instagram in July by Ma$e’s sister, Stason Betha, showed the former Children of the Corn cohorts laughing while chopping it up on the phone.

In October, Cam, Kiss and Ma$e joined forces on a new song titled “G.L.H.” that was released days after their 3 Headed Monster Tour was canceled.