Funkfest 2020

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Mia-X was one of No Limit’s early signees, releasing four albums under the label. Her third record, Unlady Like, sold gold. Although it was rumored that Mia-X would be making a return to rap, she has officially retired according to an announcement made on Twitter.




Fiend didn’t work with No Limit long, but he was regarded as a potent artist for the label. After early collaborations with Juicy J and an incredible string of “street albums” Fiend is now part of fellow hometown hero Curren$y’s Jet Life crew.




Magic was supposed to be part of the TRU rap crew, but Master P had him focus on being a solo act.  Magic left No Limit in 2003 as the label had gone into decline, thus starting his own outfit. He continued to make music with singles released recently as last year. Magic and wife tragically lost their lives in a crash earlier this year.

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