New Orleans rapper Mystikal made headlines back in December of last year when he signed a deal with Cash Money Records.
Many people were surprised that he signed with the inter-city rival label of his old home of No Limit Records and thought maybe it would cause bad blood between him and his former boss Master P.
Well the mogul has spoken out on Mystikal's situation and lets it be known that there's anything but hard feelings. “I think it’s good because of the timing'', P stated in an interview with
''We just starting to get back into this business and Mystikal, I thought that was more like a money thing, you know what I’m saying?''
''Cash Money hot right now. It’s always been a friendly competition with us, but at the end of the day, I salute him. He gotta do what he gotta do for his family. But with us, we after something bigger, we don’t mind waiting it out. We gon’ starve together, we gon’ eat together and I think that’s what it’s about with us. We still building our thing so when he first got out of jail, he needed something to get himself back out there. Right now we in a rebuilding process. So I salute Mystikal. We gon’ always do records, he always gon’ be in my heart, but also I gotta let him be a man and do what he gotta do and that’s what he doing.”
Master P also went on to address those who believe that at 45 years old, he's past his prime in the game and is no longer relevant. “I feel like I’m the one OG that’s relevant enough with the real slang that can compete with this generation. Everybody else don’t wanna change they slang and they swag up to compete with this generation. I don’t mind doing that with my music. That’s why I’m staying in touch with this generation. I think that I can help them and show ‘em at the same time how to get money. But you gotta be relevant and if you don’t have a hit record you not relevant.”Full Story
Check out P's in-depth interview with AllHipHop as explains his future plans for rebuilding the 'No Limit' empire and more!!
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