“24 Hrs. to Live” is a song performed by American rapper Mase featuring colleagues The Lox, Black Rob and DMX, taken from his debut album, Harlem World (1997). It was released to radio airwaves on February 20, 1998, as an album cut and managed to chart solely on urban radio airplay. The same year, an all-female version of the song featuring Queen Pen, Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown and Missy Elliott was discussed; however, plans for the project fell through, resulting in a cancellation.
Mase later clarified in an interview that the female version was shelved due to his frustration with Foxy Brown not getting along with Lil’ Kim or Queen Pen, also adding that he had “to move on with [his] life.”