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No Limit Chronicles
Posted July 6, 2017
Kelly Rowland, Terrence J and Regina Hall host Saving Our Selves, a benefit to help communities of color impacted by COVID-19, featuring DJ Khaled, Chance the Rapper and more.
This five-part docuseries details the remarkable rise, fall and rebirth of the hip-hop label No Limit Records, founded in 1991 by rapper and self-made mogul Percy "Master P" Miller.
The show may look a little different, but Kirk Franklin is back to lead a search for the world's best undiscovered gospel talent. Sunday Best continues to shine a light on music that uplifts and artists who persevere during a time when the world could use a little extra hope.