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Watch Trailer For Master P’s No Limit Chronicles Series

Master P and his No Limit Label will have their story told in a five part series titled ‘No Limit Chronicles’, Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern time via the BET network.

The series set to premiere on Wednesday, July 29th, will feature interviews with Master P and past members of the label. Some of those that will be interviewed include Romeo Miller, Snoop Dogg, Mia X, Mystikal, and Silkk The Shocker.

Speaking with Billboard, Master P explains why he hopes to gain from the ‘No Limit Chronicles’. “I want to continue to inspire and educate my fans and introduce my journey to a new generation. Many will relate to my humble beginnings and realize there are No Limits to what you can accomplish with hard work and determination.”

Master P's No Limit Chronicles series will air on BET

“BET is the perfect outlet for the NL Chronicles,” Master P added. The feeling is mutual, as read in the press release below by BET.

Percy ‘Master P’ Miller rose from humble beginnings to become a pioneer in the rap game and leave an indelible mark on the industry. With entrepreneurial aspirations in the pursuit of Black ownership, Master P’s hard work and perseverance drove him to start No Limit Records and ultimately build an empire that would become one of the most successful Hip Hop brands in history.

Throughout the ’90s, label productivity reflected a work ethic unlike any previous consortium, as No Limit Records released an astonishing 66 albums and amassed a collection of platinum plaques, generating nearly half a billion dollars in one decade, making millions and millionaires during that time.

As is common in many rags-to-riches stories, with their success and money came problems. Between infighting over a contract disputes, an artist exodus and business deals gone awry, No Limit suffered tough times. Years later, following in his father’s footsteps, Master P’s son Romeo resurrected the company as New No Limit Forever Records, giving new life to the label and preserving the family business.


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