Master P born Percy Robert Miller is set to get a scripted series on his life story that will follow the journey of his adolescence to the peak of his success in the music business.
According to Deadline, the untitled 10-part series is currently being developed by Deon Taylor and Roxanne Avent Taylor’s Hidden Empire Film Group with Matthew Carnahan as the showrunner.
The show will take a look into nearly 30 years of the hip hop moguls’ life, from his pursuits as a professional basketball player, his knee injury and the reinvention of himself as he founded the record label No Limit, his entrepreneurial empire worth an estimated $800 million.
“My life has been a whirlwind journey and starting at such a young age I learned that if you want something in life, you need to chase after it. Whether it was playing pro basketball or coming up with a new path, the hustle was always there,” said Master P.
Adding: “To be working with Deon Taylor, Matthew Carnahan and the rest of our team to tell my story is something I never expected in life but am truly honored and blessed by. I look forward to sharing my story and [sharing] the message that you can do anything you put your mind to with hard work, dedication and putting God first.”
The “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!” rapper has a 2020 BET Hip Hop I am Hip-Hop Icon Award under his belt as well as an 1999 American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip Hop Artist. He has released a total of 15 studio albums, is the CEO of P. Miller Enterprises and the short-lived online television network Better Black Television.
He was also on the NBA training camp roster for the Charlotte Hornets in 1999 and the Toronto Raptors.
It is unclear when the untitled 10-part series will be available.