No Limit Records

Record Label Founded by Percy “Master P” Miller in 1990, No Limit Records was one of the hottest hip hop labels of the ‘90s. It housed acts like Mystikal, Silkk da Shocker, Snoop Dogg (following his infamous split from Death Row Records) and Master P himself. After years of success, No Limit began to experience financial troubles and filed for bankruptcy in 2003, but was later re-established as The New No Limit. Today, the once hitmaking label (now calld No Limit Forever) operates under the leadership of P’s son, Romeo Miller. 

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New Witnesses Step Forward in C-Murder Case

Former San Antonio Spurs player among those who say rapper is innocent.

Report: D.A. Bullied Witnesses to Get New Orleans Rapper Convicted

Was former No Limit artist McKinley “Mac” Phipps Jr. given a 30-year sentence on fraudulent testimony?

Master P's Estranged Wife Denies Drug Allegations

Sonya Miller hits back at No Limit Records mogul, claims he's manipulating their children.

The Evolution of Master P

Celebrating The Colonel's 44th birthday with a look at the career of the No Limit founder.

Master P Responds to Ex-Wife Claiming She’s on Welfare

Rap mogul decries charges that he’s a deadbeat dad.

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