Percy Miller, formerly known as Master P, is seeing his son Romeo follow in his footsteps as he prepares to launch a new record label.
Romeo is announcing the launch of his new record label Next Generation Records after being removed from his position as a guard on the University of Southern California's basketball team due to a previous infraction.
Romeo is moving on from basketball and will focus on making new music for himself and his rap group, The College Boys.
The College Boys will release their new album Spring Break on March 9, 2010.
Along with his work with The College Boys, Romeo is also working on a solo project titled Box Office Hits scheduled to hit stores in August of 2010.
Although not happy about his departure from the team, Romeo released a statement saying that he'll also be diving further into acting and will be featured in an upcoming film.
“I'm sad that my basketball season at USC will end early due to a violation from an incident that happened two years ago, which is not fair, but I'm also happy about the new opportunity I recently received to play in this big block buster movie. I can't talk about it but I can tell you that I won't be a vampire.”
He also made sure to give props to his fans for sticking by him.
“I love all my fans for waiting patiently as I finish my education…I am in the best physical shape in my life and I am ready to lead Hip-Hop into the next millennium.”