This may not have been Master P's best album per se, but there's a lot of significance in what it represents. First off, it was intended to be a "retirement" album (at the time, several artists had talked of leaving the game largely due to the East Coast/West Coast beef). Second, it's a double disc album – a feat that, at the time, was something only two other artists had accomplished: Biggie and 2Pac. So while we're not saying Master P intentionally put out a double disc album with the intention of being remembered in the same vein as those two, it undoubtedly may have been a factor at some point. Another interesting fact is that a successful TV movie series entitled The Last Don had aired in 1997, which P might have been trying to capitalize off of. Lastly, this album cover might be one of the most definitive Master P album covers ever. It not only embodies all the other No Limit album covers, but visually represents how Master P is remembered during this era –gaudy, blinged out and smoking a cigar.