• Master P
    Albums,  Hip Hop,  Music

    Ice Cream Man by Master P Released 25 Years Ago

    Master P is one of the many rappers that will never get their well-deserved props. Master P was the owner and CEO of No Limit Records. For those who are not familiar with No Limit, check out these 27 albums you should have in your collection. Master P was the ultimate hustler seeing he put out music, movies, toys and even a crack at the NBA. In total, P put out 16 albums, a few mixtapes & compilations and 3 movie soundtracks. Those soundtracks were I Got the Hook Up, I’m Bout It and Foolish. P started getting recognition after his 4th album, 99 Ways to Die. On his 5th…

  • Mia X The Party Don’t Stop with Master P and Foxy Brown
    Blog Hops & memes,  Hip Hop,  Throwback Thursday

    Mia X The Party Don’t Stop with Master P and Foxy Brown

    Welcome to another Thursday and of course that means we’re closer to the weekend. My playlist this week had a few mixtapes that were played. DJ Goldfinger, a No Limit Records and Young Buck’s Chronic 2006 were the ones. Common’s Be, Rap or Go to the League by 2 Chainz and Self Made 3 was played also. You can come up with so many Throwback Thursday joints off any of those records. For this week, we’re going with someone from No Limit Records. Recently, I put together 27 No Limit Records albums that should be in your collection. Mia X’s Unlady Like was one of the albums because it’s a…

  • If I Could Change Master P From I’m Bout It Soundtrack
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    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 Drama. Steady Mobb’n was a solid duo for…

  • 27 No Limit Records Albums That Should Be In Your Collection
    Albums,  Featured,  Hip Hop,  Music

    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 rise of the iconic label and Master P. No Limit Records…

  • Mystikal Ain’t No Limit for Throwback Thursday
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    Mystikal Ain’t No Limit for Throwback Thursday

    Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s almost the weekend. My playlist this week only consisted of Fat Joe’s Loyalty album and 112’s Pleasure and Pain. Since I’ve been home all week the only album that was played was Unpredictable from Mystikal. Mystikal will be the featured artist this week. The Unpredictable album was his No Limit Records debut and it went on to go platinum. The Unpredictable album was the first No Limit project Snoop jumped on as he still wasn’t signed to the label. Speaking of No Limit Records, on July 29th BET will start the 5-part series about their rise. No Limit Records…

  • Master P Only God Can Judge Me Dropped 20 Years Ago Today
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    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 was his final album. Only God…