Chief Keef, The Game, Meek Mill, Fat Trel, 1500 or Nothin, Kirko Bangz, Drumma Boy, Alley Boy and Nipsey Hussle Stand Up On His First Body Of Work In Seven Years
LOS ANGELES, CA (Jan. 16, 2013) — Master P, CEO of No Limit Forever Records and a staple in the rap industry since the 90s, releases his mixtape titled “Al Capone,” his first music project unveiled since the Ghetto Bill album seven years ago. The seasoned veteran continues to keep his brand relevant in a new era, enlisting an all-star line-up featuring The Game, Chief Keef, Meek Mill, Alley Boy, Kirko Bangz, Fat Trel and more. In addition, this Thursday, January 17th Master P will host a star-studded red carpet album release party at the Roxbury located in Hollywood, CA at 1661 Ivar Ave.
“This is history in the making twice. I already made history once with No Limit and we’re about to do it again in 2013. How many people can say they’ve made history twice? That’s why it’s called Al Capone.” As he did, “The world’s most dangerous record company will do it again,” explains Percy “Master P” Miller. The rap icon teamed up with heavy hitter producers 1500 or Nothin, Drumma Boy, Deezle, and Young Bugatti to bring his signature Southern tone, mixed with a big musical sound, clever lyrics and that trap appeal over hard hitting beats. The project’s newly released single “Brick to a Million” featuring Fat Trel and Alley Boy, has already created quite a buzz, piquing interest from rap lovers everywhere – from the O.G. generation to the present. “Parents and their kids are both going to relate to this project because I can talk to both generations. I took a break to build other business endeavors and I heard the music calling me so I couldn’t wait to give the music industry and my fans what they want. There’s no success without struggle. I told you 2013 was our year,” says Master P.
Since dropping his last album seven years ago, Master P has kept busy maintaining his No Limit Forever Entertainment empire, while continuing to make his mark in Hollywood as an entertainer, entrepreneur and business investor. His No Limit Forever Films will release a new street movie featuring him, Alley Boy and Fat Trel. No stranger to giving back to the community, Master P has been helping the next generation with his philanthropy helping at-risk youth across the nation.
The No Limit general recently announced the formation of his “Louie V Mob” with Fat Trel and Alley Boy. The group plans to release a highly anticipated joint mixtape in February. When asked why he handpicked the industry newcomers, Master P says, “They remind me of myself – their talent and work ethic. They’re both underrated and the underdogs just like I was my whole life. I feel they’re the best in the game right now and we’re about to expose it.”