Master P is back with some new No Limit Soldiers, and is looking to reclaim his spot in the rap game.
After forming the group, Tru, with his brothers C-Murder and Silkk the Shocker, P went on a hell of a run in the 90's. His No Limit record label was home to acts such as Snoop Dogg, Mia X, Mystikal, Fiend and more before the label was forced to file for bankruptcy in 2003.
P has re-launched the record label as No Limit Forever. He told BallerStatus in a recent interview that he's ready to go with a new project.
"I named this new record TMZ - Too Many Zeros because it's true when they say 'more money, more problems'. I'm on my Donald Trump swag. I could lose it all and get it back in 72 days," Master P told Ballerstatus. "Good or bad, when the media is on you, that means you are still relevant." This album is street, controversial, and real. This is Master P's re-introduction back into the music business. But it's not about him this time, it's about the next generation of stars that he and Romeo have discovered."
Romeo will serve as President of the new label. Master P's brother, Valentino was named vice president, while Silkk The Shocker has been named chief operating officer.
The new roster of artists include T.E.C., Black Don, Miss Chee, T-Bo, and Bengie B, among others.
Do you think No Limit can reclaim it's spot?