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Silkk the Shocker Released Charge It to the Game 20 Years Ago

After Death Row Records and Suave House kind of fell apart, No Limit Records jumped right in. During that time, Master P was putting out an album damn near every other week. The marketing during that time was top-notched because he advertised future releases on all the albums. During that time, the Source Magazine was popping, and he placed ads in those magazines also. Master P had so many artists and to be honest, all their albums was dope. On February 17, 1998, Silkk the Shocker dropped Charge It to the Game, his follow-up to his debut, The ... [read more]

Master P Mystikal Silkk the Shocker Let’s Get Em

On Sept 2, 1997 Master P released his classic Ghetto Dope album. After the successful releases of his Ice Cream Man album and I’m Bout It Soundtrack, Master P was on top of the hip hop world. For the Ghetto Dope album, P had the entire No Limit label on the album. Everyone from Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder, Mystikal, Mia X, Fiend, Mac and the rest of the tank appeared on the album. For my Throwback Thursday, I’m featuring the 2nd track on the album. The track is called Let’s Get ‘Em and it featured Silkk the Shocker & Mystikal. They all did ... [read more]

If I Could Change Master P From I’m Bout It Soundtrack

I’m Bout It Soundtrack was one of the best albums from No Limit Records. The soundtrack went on to sell almost 4 million copies worldwide. I’m Bout It produced several hits like How Ya Do Dat, Pushin’ Inside You and Ride 4U. One of the bigger hits from the soundtrack was a track by Master P and Steady Mobb’n. If I Could Change is the track and the featured Throwback Thursday joint. If I Could Change was a dope track and one of my favorite featuring Master P. The track set the tone for the debut album from Steady Mobb’n called Premeditated ... [read more]

27 No Limit Records Albums That Should Be In Your Collection

Tonight is the world premiere of the No Limit Chronicles on BET. No Limit Records had one of the great runs in hip hop. Master P was dropping a new album from a different artist every other week. Trust me; I was buying everything No Limit was dropping. Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Mia X, TRU, Mystikal, Snoop Dogg and Magic. Fiend, Mac, Soulja Slim, Kane & Abel, 504 Boyz, Big Ed, Mr. Serv-On, Young Bleed and some movie soundtracks. No Limit Records went on to sell about 75 million records. The 5-part BET special will highlight the ... [read more]

Snoop Dogg Still A G Thang for Throwback Thursday

It was just announced yesterday that we have a legendary Verzuz coming up next week. We have Snoop Dogg taking on DMX, which should be good and entertaining at the same time. Snoop and DMX are two of the greatest rappers to ever pick up a mic. With today being Thursday, we’re getting closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted of the new albums from Lil Baby and Run the Jewels, plus Volume 6 of my 2Pac B-Day Mix. We also played the Tear the Club Up Thugs, the debut joint from Jodeci and Too Short’s Can’t Stay Away. Overall, this was ... [read more]

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