Master P Mia X Thinkin Bout U for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s almost Friday. My playlist this week consisted of Griselda, Big Krit, a Rick Ross mixtape and Kendrick’s To Pimp a Butterfly album. Once again, this was another great week of music. Last week, we highlighted the late, great Soulja Slim and this week we’re staying with the No Limit theme. Master P’s Da Last Don album was one of the featured joints this week. If you remember this time, Master P said this was to be his final album ever. Da Last Don was a double album and would’ve ... [read more]

Master P Only God Can Judge Me Dropped 20 Years Ago Today

I’ve mentioned many times that Death Row Records is my favorite label of all-time. No Limit Records is my second favorite label ever. During their run, Master P was dropping a new album damn near every week. While Master P was running the label, he also was the biggest seller also. To me, Master P doesn’t get the credit he deserves. 20 years ago today, Master P released his 8th album, Only God Can Judge Me. If you remember that far, this was the return to the rap game for Master P. The year before, Master P said his double album, Da Last Don ... [read more]

Master P Mr. Ice Cream Man for Throwback Thursday

Master P doesn’t get the proper credit he deserves in the hip hop community. Master P helped Snoop Dogg’s career and brought the business mind to rap. No Limit Records is my second favorite rap label of all-time. Master P put out so many artists during their run. Recently, it has been announced that Master P have put together a No Limit Reunion Tour. Master P, Mia X, Snoop Dogg, Fiend, Mr. Serv-On, Mystikal, Silkk the Shocker and more. Master P put out a few album before blowing up, but Ice Cream Man started everything for me. It’s been over 23 ... [read more]

I Miss My Homies by Master P for Throwback Thursday

Ghetto D from Master P is one of the more influential albums in the south. No Limit Records and Master P were putting a series of classic before Ghetto D dropped. Down South Hustlas, I’m Bout It Soundtrack, Ice Cream Man and many other classic projects. Outside of Death Row, No Limit is my favorite rap labels ever. It’s been over 20 years since Ghetto D dropped and you can say that after Pac & Big died, Master P took the torch. One of the standout tracks on the album features Silkk the Shocker and Pimp C. I Miss My Homies is the featured ... [read more]

20 Years Ago Master P Dropped Ice Cream Man

It’s crazy how time flies by, which is the case for the Ice Cream Man album from Master P that dropped 20 years ago today. I remember it like it was yesterday, which was also my senior year in high school, yes I’m that old (LOL), but I didn’t get the album as soon as it dropped though. The place I bought most of my albums was a local record shop and the owners’ son used to make mixtapes all the time with some of the newest tracks. It was about a couple of weeks after the album dropped, he was playing his newest mixtape, Break Em’ Off Something ... [read more]

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