Master P

Master P (born Percy Miller on April 29, 1970) is a rapper, known for his work as the head of No Limit and the rappers signed to it. He comes from New Orleans and attended the University of Houston on a basketball scholarship. However, he soon dropped out of college and moved to Richmond, taking business class at Merritt Junior College. Using his grandfather's inheritance, Master P formed No Limit as a record store, then turned it into a label.

Master P's debut album was The Ghetto Is Trying to Kill Me; it was followed by a compilation of No Limit artists called West Coast Bad Boyz. No Limit launched a string of hits, popular among mainstream audiences in spite of critical cries of a watered-down sound. Master P's own solo albums include 99 Ways to Die, Ice Cream Man, Ghetto Dope and Da Last Don. Miller then financed two films, I'm Bout It and I Got the Hook Up before trying to return to basketball. He returned to music with 1999's Only God Can Judge Me, followed by Ghetto Postage and Game Face. In April 2004, Master P released a 2-disk album Good Side Bad Side, which in a sense marked a return to the gangsta rap genre of the early days of No Limit Records. This 2-disk album was released under the New No Limit Records banner, distributed by Koch Records.

Miller, the father of Lil' Romeo, is also the brother of his labelmates C-Murder and Silkk Tha Shocker.

Master P has since gone on to have his own flavor of rapsnacks potato chips: platinum barbecue.

As well as rapping, Master P played a supporting role in Hollywood Homicide as the owner of a nightclub, and has appeared in several other films.

In 2003, Master P was cast in the Nickelodeon series Romeo!, with Lil' Romeo.

In July, 2004, Miller was cut from the summer roster of the Denver Nuggets basketball team.


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In July, 2004, Miller was cut from the summer roster of the Denver Nuggets basketball team. Frank Sinatra used to privately refer to him as "The African Queen". In 2003, Master P was cast in the Nickelodeon series Romeo!, with Lil' Romeo. Mathis has recorded over 100 albums of original music and has sold more than 180 million albums worldwide. As well as rapping, Master P played a supporting role in Hollywood Homicide as the owner of a nightclub, and has appeared in several other films. His hit songs include "Wonderful Wonderful", "A Certain Smile", "Chances Are", "The Twelfth of Never", "Misty", "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late", and "I'm Coming Home", and the original recording of the Thom Bell-Linda Creed composition "Life Is a Song Worth Singing", later made popular by Soul/R&B vocalist Teddy Pendergrass. Master P has since gone on to have his own flavor of rapsnacks potato chips: platinum barbecue. Although frequently described as a "Romantic" singer, his vast discography contains Jazz, Traditional Pop, Brazilian & Spanish music, Soul, Soft Rock, and Broadway Show Tunes.

Miller, the father of Lil' Romeo, is also the brother of his labelmates C-Murder and Silkk Tha Shocker. Around the same time, he had his first number one hit with "Chances Are". This 2-disk album was released under the New No Limit Records banner, distributed by Koch Records. He sang one of his first hits, "It's Not For Me To Say", in the film, Lizzie, in which he also had a small acting role. In April 2004, Master P released a 2-disk album Good Side Bad Side, which in a sense marked a return to the gangsta rap genre of the early days of No Limit Records. While training to become a teacher, he was talent-spotted at a concert and signed by Columbia Records. He returned to music with 1999's Only God Can Judge Me, followed by Ghetto Postage and Game Face. Mathis grew up in San Francisco, and began singing at school.

Miller then financed two films, I'm Bout It and I Got the Hook Up before trying to return to basketball. Johnny Mathis (born September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas) is an American popular singer, and one of the few remaining male vocalists associated with Traditional Pop music. Master P's own solo albums include 99 Ways to Die, Ice Cream Man, Ghetto Dope and Da Last Don. No Limit launched a string of hits, popular among mainstream audiences in spite of critical cries of a watered-down sound. Master P's debut album was The Ghetto Is Trying to Kill Me; it was followed by a compilation of No Limit artists called West Coast Bad Boyz.

Using his grandfather's inheritance, Master P formed No Limit as a record store, then turned it into a label. However, he soon dropped out of college and moved to Richmond, taking business class at Merritt Junior College. He comes from New Orleans and attended the University of Houston on a basketball scholarship. Master P (born Percy Miller on April 29, 1970) is a rapper, known for his work as the head of No Limit and the rappers signed to it.

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