Master P Releases Trailer for “King Of The South” Biopic

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Percy Miller aka Master P inks movie deal with Lionsgate for his bio movie “King Of The South”.

The movie will highlight the Ice Cream Man’s early childhood, through adulthood, as he built his music empire No Limit Records and took over the music industry in the 90’s, learning his music hustle game in Richmond, California and being one of the first southern artists to get his music played in New York.

The southern Hip Hop Rap mogul and entrepreneur shares his journey from the Calliope Projects to Forbes, selling over 100 million records independently and being the only Hip Hop artist to play professional basketball in the NBA.

The “King Of The South” project has added A-list writer Tyger Williams, also known for writing the infamous hit movie “Menace To Society”.

Travis Jones of ENT Hollywood says, “The King Of The South has the potential to be just as big or bigger than Straight Outta Compton, with Lionsgate backing this project and Tyger Williams as the writer.

The timing is right to tell a Master P story, there has not been a southern Hip Hop Rap artist life bio pic told on the big screen.”
 
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He's claiming "King of the south" But as a teenager in the 90s I always heard him claim the bay area. He said he was born in New Orleans but never really owned it till the south got more popular. He put out to 2 tapes called west coast bad boys. He did his thing and hustled his way to having hundreds of millions but when I think of the "king of the south" I don't think Master P.
 

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He's claiming "King of the south" But as a teenager in the 90s I always heard him claim the bay area. He said he was born in New Orleans but never really owned it till the south got more popular. He put out to 2 tapes called west coast bad boys. He did his thing and hustled his way to having hundreds of millions but when I think of the "king of the south" I don't think Master P.
He moved back to the south before he want mainstream, but yeah I still don't really think of him as king of the south.
 
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He's claiming "King of the south" But as a teenager in the 90s I always heard him claim the bay area. He said he was born in New Orleans but never really owned it till the south got more popular. He put out to 2 tapes called west coast bad boys. He did his thing and hustled his way to having hundreds of millions but when I think of the "king of the south" I don't think Master P.
He always claimed the south as well. Said stuff like "Down South, West Coast, nigga I got 2 sides." He was reppin the south and west on Ice Cream Man and had already put out the Down South Hustlaz double CD with damn near every notable act in the south at that time, including a ton of underground talent. I'd argue that he is a huge reason that the south actually got more popular in and around that time.
 

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He's claiming "King of the south" But as a teenager in the 90s I always heard him claim the bay area. He said he was born in New Orleans but never really owned it till the south got more popular. He put out to 2 tapes called west coast bad boys. He did his thing and hustled his way to having hundreds of millions but when I think of the "king of the south" I don't think Master P.
or maybe... he's throwing shade at t.i.

or maybe im just too stoned

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