The iconic No Limit Records founder has announced on his social media that he has plans for a television series about No Limit.
Master P is entrepreneur is readying a new series expanding his businesses including music, entertainment, food and beverage, and more. In 2020, Percy Miller was highlighted in the BET docuseries No Limit Chronicles. The five-part series detailed the rise and fall of No Limit, a record label that dominated Hip Hop. Master P, his team, and his artists were instrumental in putting Louisiana on the map as a Rap contender during a time when New York and Los Angeles were focal points.
Miller teased his rumored feature on Instagram by sharing a throwback photo. “No Limit TV series coming soon,” he wrote. It seems production is still carving out the cast. “We’re still looking for people to play the Ice Cream man and other characters. The real Master P story from New Orleans to the Bay Area. @deontaylor We’re about to make history. Masterpstory.com #GODisgood.”
No Limit Records is a record label and entertainment company that was founded by Percy “Master P” Miller in 1990. The label quickly rose to prominence in the 1990s and became known for its distinctive style of southern rap, which blended aggressive beats, catchy hooks, and hard-hitting lyrics.
Under Master P’s leadership, No Limit Records signed and promoted a number of successful artists, including Silkk the Shocker, Mia X, Mystikal, C-Murder, and Master P himself. The label also released a number of multi-platinum albums, including Master P’s “Ghetto D,” which sold over 4 million copies.
In addition to its music division, No Limit Records also had a successful clothing line, a film production company, and a sports management division. Although the label’s success declined in the early 2000s, No Limit Records remains an important part of hip-hop history and an influential force in the rap genre.