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EXCLUSIVE: Master P Names Romeo Miller The New President Of No Limit Forever (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) The torch is being passed in the Miller family household. On tonight’s episode of Growing Up Hip Hop, Southern rap legend Percy “Master P” Miller names his son Romeo Miller as the new president of No Limit Forever Records.

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“It’s hard to describe this feeling. This is history in the making right here,” says Romeo in an exclusive video provided to AllHipHop.com. “It shows the trust that my pops has in me. I’m definitely not going to let him down.”

Master P founded the original No Limit Records in 1990. During the course of its existence, the company reportedly sold over 75 million albums. No Limit Forever was established in 2010.

The latest episode of Growing Up Hip Hop also includes Angela Simmons dealing with her stalker situation, TJ Mizell honoring his father Jam Master Jay’s legacy at a charity event, and Damon “Boogie” Dash’s father Damon Dash throws a get together before he must leave for North Carolina to avoid legal troubles.

Growing Up Hip Hop airs Thursdays at 10 pm ET/PT on WE tv.

[ALSO READ: TJ Mizell & Tiffany Lighty Discuss Losing Their Dads Jam Master Jay & Chris Lighty On ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ (VIDEO)]

Watch the Growing Up Hip Hop clip featuring Master P and Romeo below.

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  • Golgo 13

    this is nothing new he sed this yrs ago

    • chippc

      And I’m fairly certain that AHH was the ones that posted the article.

      • Golgo 13

        wot yrs ago

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  • Q.

    Bringing No Limit Records back is like…going back and fvcking the same girl who gave you an STD, hoping she’s clean this time.

    • Inmadopicouroz✓QUEENSᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      go catch that charlie sheen di(k ni99a!

      • mademan3000

        Tell him again bruh!

      • Q.

        LOL #FEELINGS

      • mademan3000

        Lmao, naw fam never that! Just whenever I see any black man doing something positive, I feel there’s no need to talk down on him. Good to see us passing something on to our kids other that debt and a bad name, that’s all!

      • Q.

        Here’s the thing though, fam: I actually think P is a good, stand-up dude. But I’d be lying to myself if I overlooked the destructive impact that the No Limit empire had on Hip-Hop consciousness–95% of that music was straight ratchet. That takes nothing away from the good things P did after he “retired.” We gotta be able to call a spade a spade without getting mad at the truth. I can’t rock with No Limit coming back, if they’re putting out the same caliber of product as they did before. I forgive you for co-signing the biggest, hating-est troll on AHH though. LOL

      • mademan3000

        Agreed and being from Louisiana I heard a lot of it first hand…and forgiveness accepted! BTW I’ve had to get on that fools arse a time or two my damn self. Lmao!

      • Brick Soulja

        Which parish are you from?

      • Brick Soulja

        Obviously you haven’t heard the uplifting and motivational tracks made by the artists on the label. I’d say that 80% of the songs were not without substance. Just because someone pronounces their words different from East coast rappers, it doesn’t mean that the content isn’t the same. I implore you listen to the entire catalog between 1997-2000.

      • Q.

        80% substance, huh? LMAO Nah, I’ll pass. Silk da Shocker is not my cup of tea.

      • Brick Soulja

        Sounds like hate to me

      • Q.

        Could care less what it sounds like. Your man is BOTTOM 5 DOA. Ask any rap fan with ears.

      • Brick Soulja

        You don’t know what it sounds like because you have preconceived hate for whatever reason

      • Q.

        No, I’ve heard it. It’s trash.

      • Brick Soulja

        Stop being a regional hater

      • Q.

        Stop being a troll.

      • Brick Soulja

        I came with facts

      • Q.

        You came with opinions…that I didn’t ask for.

      • Brick Soulja

        I came with facts that you couldn’t refute due to your lack of research based on your prejudice of music from No Limit

      • Q.

        You still trolling, cornball? GTFOH

      • Brick Soulja

        Trolling by your definition is what?

      • Q.

        What you’ve been doing for the past week. FOH

      • Brick Soulja

        Oh not agreeing with your point of view based upon you never listening to something before being critical

      • Q.

        WHiiTE JOKER, your opinion is worthless to me. This is what you’re not understanding.

      • Brick Soulja

        Your bias is disgusting

      • Q.

        Your desperation is funny. LOL

      • Brick Soulja

        Your words are baseless

      • Q.

        Your life is empty. 🙁

      • Brick Soulja

        Your regional bias keeps you blind

      • Q.

        Shoo, troll. This is stalking.

      • Brick Soulja

        Only stalking if you’re not replying. Stay in reality. Ok?

      • Q.

        WHITE TROLL, STAY OFF MY NUTS. OK?

      • Brick Soulja

        Bias hater of Louisiana rap music is what you are

      • Q.

        WHiiTE QUEEN, YOU NEED A LOT OF ATTENTION. WHY?

      • Brick Soulja

        You feel the need to continue responding to me. I don’t respect people like you. Hating on artists just because they’re from Louisiana and sold more records than every label on the east coast.

      • Q.

        STFU WHiiTE QUEEN. WHY ARE YOU TALKING TO ME IN THE FIRST PLACE?

      • Brick Soulja

        Because you keep talking to me after I checked you on hating on Louisiana rappers

      • Q.

        LOL WEIRDO, YOU DIDN’T CHECK ME ON SH!T. I TOLD YOU WEEKS AGO I DON’T WANT YOUR CORNBALL OPINION, YET YOU’RE STILL HERE…WHY? FOH

      • Brick Soulja

        You keep responding to me with biased conjecture and continue checking you on your baseless hate of rappers from Louisiana

      • Q.

        WHIITE TROLL, IF I TOOK YOU SERIOUSLY, YOUR OPINION MIGHT MEAN SOMETHING. BUT I DON’T, SO IT DOESN’T.

      • Brick Soulja

        Obviously you take me seriously and I don’t blame you. Your hatred for rappers from Louisiana is deeply rooted.

      • Q.

        OBVIOUSLY, YOU NEED A FATHER FIGURE. OBVIOUSLY, YOU DON’T LIKE GIRLS. OBVIOUSLY, YOU’RE A WEIRDO.…WHY ARE YOU TALKING TO ME IN THE FIRST PLACE, CLOWN?

      • Brick Soulja

        Interesting what you base the meanings behind my responses on. Sounds like a cry for help. Is that why you hate rappers from Louisiana?

      • Q.

        WHIITE TROLL, ARE YOU UPVOTING YOURSELF TO MAKE YOU FEEL LESS LONELY? I’M HERE TO GIVE YOU ALL THE ATTENTION YOU NEED, OKAY, WEIRDO? I’D CHANGE MY NAME EVERYDAY TOO IF I WERE AS PATHETIC AS YOU. I DON’T BLAME YOU, CHUMP. LOL NOW, LET’S TRY AGAIN…WHY ARE YOU TALKING TO ME IN THE FIRST PLACE?

      • Q.

        ^ ELMO MAD!

  • WORLD DOMINATOR

    This is ‘NEWS’?@!? He’s always been the ‘owner’ & President of the New New New No Limit, to hide assets, & skirt paying his ex-wife….. a label with NO HITS…that should be the new name of the label!

  • The Legendary Troll

    Lol he realized he aint got the juice to pop the label. keep up with the times p

  • ZUBU

    Boss move by Percy, yet I thought Rome was already Prez of the company. I guess since they changed names again P changed gears again. Yes, P is probably keeping paper from creditors, ex-wifey even though I think she got paid. He trusts Rome to keep it solid, and be loyal to his team. Rome is a smart dude and he knows who made them all rich; he riding with the winning team… Human Nature…….

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