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Percy Miller aka Master P has been riding out a general high in the last year from from tv to movies, music, food products, merchandising and video games, The Ice Cream Man has reinvented himself, setting off a national headlining No Limit Solider Reunion Tour with Mystical Silkk The Shocker, Mia X and more. Master P performed on the main stage at the Essence Music Festival 2017 bringing out Snoop and Trina in the New Orleans Super Dome. On January 15th 2018, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. birthday, Miller is launching his first ever documentary “I HAD A DREAM”. The documentary will take you from the 90’s to now… Master P’s triumphs, struggles, pain, from the projects to Forbes, how one man’s dream changed the way people think of Southern Hip Hop. Master P wanted fans to experience the real story of No Limit before the theatrical movie is released “King of The South” getting real testimonies from artists, celebrities, close family members and influential people that were a part of the No Limit Movement is what makes this “I HAD A DREAM” documentary special. Miller stated that he remembers taking over Priority Records at 22 years old then signing Snoop Dog and proving that independent artists can make real money in the music business.

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This is teaser  from “The Next 48 Hours With Master P”, a 2 part web series which goes behind the scenes during the relaunch of No Limit Forever. In this clip Master P vows to take over the rap game for a 2nd time!

spotted: (AllHipHop News)

Rap mogul Percy “Master P” Miller and his son Romeo will host the 3rd Annual Game of Life Basketball Camp this Friday (July 22nd), in Memphis, Tennessee.

Master P has teamed with Urban Born, a 501–C3 non-profit organization, that aims to keep young urban youth out of gangs, with a concentration on Black and Latino youth.

The free summer camp, which is for children aged 5-15, will focus on the importance of education, the use of “high-frequency words” and setting goals for the future.

Master P, along with Romeo, will share their life experiences with the children to teach them valuable life lessons.

“It is extremely important to me to give our young people the message that they can be whatever they want to be if they apply themselves. We will share some of our experiences in entertainment and sports, emphasizing the importance of education,” Master P told “We want them to leave our camps knowing they can be leaders, and it is okay to say no to drugs and gangs. Although we’re in tough times, our kids’ education should not be affected. My goal is to bring awareness and invite other businesses and other entrepreneurs to join the movement.”

In addition to their time spent on the court, the children who take part in the camp will also attend classes and be given back to school supplies for the upcoming school year.

“The purpose of the camp is to allow children to have the opportunity to exercise their bodies and their minds,” Romeo Miller said. “It is important to us to share with the youth that they can do both. We totally support what our first lady Michelle Obama is doing with her efforts in fighting obesity.  This is just our way of doing our part.”

The 3rd Annual Game of Life Basketball Camp will take place at Ridgeway High School on Friday (July 22nd).

Other sponsors of the camp include The ViSalus Company, College Boyys Clothing, No Limit Forever and Beast Made Apparel.


James Tapp, Jr. (September 9, 1977 – November 26, 2003), better known by his stage name Soulja Slim, was an American rapper who achieved modest success on Master P‘s No Limit record label. He is known for his guest appearance on the U.S. #1 hit “Slow Motion” by fellow rapper Juvenile.

On November 26, 2003 Slim was en-route to a performance when he was shot four times; three times in the face, and once in the chest, in front of his mother’s home. with wife Amanda and son A’darryl in the 8th Ward/Gentilly area. Soulja Slim was buried with his cutthroat comitty charm and jewelery also the leather camo clothes he’s shown wearing on the cover of Give It 2 ‘Em Raw.


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