The history behind Master P’s No Limit Records is so dense, it could have a movie written about it. That is the plan for the 45-year-old multi-millionaire music mogul (a mouthful of M’s, we’ll say) to create a No Limit Records biopic down the line, but first he has some other fish to fry.
There is nothing like a great comeback story. With a hit record vying the charts, appearances on primetime television such as Ellen, you can say Michael “Mystikal” Tyler is experiencing one.
A collaboration between members of the No Limit Records and Cash Money Records cliques was unthinkable at one time, but here we have Master P’s “Power,” featuring Lil Wayne.
There may be sufficient evidence that the good die young, but that doesn’t make any easier to digest. When it comes to being a young Hip-Hop artist, there’s usually a certainty of leaving behind a destiny unfulfilled.
Well this is interesting. Master P revealed that the late Tupac Shakur could have become a “No Limit Soldier.” According to Percy Miller, the slain rapper was in line to potentially be drafted to his army.
C-Murder Denied Appeal Of Life Sentence Master P’s younger brother C-Murder was denied an appeal of the life sentence he’s serving for 2nd Degree Murder. Murder, born Corey Miller, was found guilty of shooting 16-year-old Steve Thomas on Jan. 12, 2002, at a now-closed nightclub in Harvey, Louisiana.