Posts Tagged: No Limit

Mystikal

Mystikal Hints At No Limit Tour & Talks People Respecting Birdman (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) The No Limit tank could be ready to start rolling again. Mystikal stopped by Ebro In The Morning, and the New Orleans rapper hinted acts associated with the Master P led label may be hitting the stage together again. [ALSO READ: Trinidad James Recruits Mystikal, DJ Mustard And Lil Dicky For Ode To Plus-Sized Women]… Read more »

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master p dubai

Master P & No Limit Forever Team Up With Infinity Event Management To Bring U.S. Artists To Dubai

Having already created his empire here, Louisiana legend Master P has set his sights overseas, as No Limit Forever has joined Samir Shalwani and Infinity Event Management to bring some of the biggest artists in the industry from the U.S. straight into the heart of Dubai. [ALSO READ: Watch Master P’s In-Studio Performance Of New Single “Goin Thru It] Boasting gorgeous scenery… Read more »

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Cymphonique Miller

Master P’s Daughter Cymphonique Hosts “Dance for Change Unite: A Day of World Peace”

(AllHipHop News) The No Limit Family legacy continues on as Master P’s daughter Cymphonique has become heavily involved in Dance for Change Unite: A Day of World Peace. The initiative is dedicated to world peace as professional dance choreographers and dancers come together with inner city youth. In promoting world peace and education through their… Read more »

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Fiend

EXCLUSIVE: Fiend Prepping “Lil’ Ghetto Boy” Project; Discusses Rebirth With Jet Life Crew

(AllHipHop News) This week, New Orleans rapper Fiend aka “International Jones,” spoke with AllHipHop.com about his upcoming project Lil’ Ghetto Boy, set to be released on March 4. While many Hip-Hop fans remember Fiend from his Billboard chart topping albums Street Life and Theres’s One in Every Family, released on Master P’s No Limit Records, over the last few years, Fiend has… Read more »

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Supreme Court Upholds C-Murder Conviction; Sets Precedent for Criminal Case Convictions

(AllHipHop News) Multi-platinum New Orleans rapper C-Murder was on the losing side of a Supreme Court verdict yesterday (February 19), that will uphold his life long sentence for allegedly murdering a 16-year-old fan in 2002. While the Supreme Court ruling keeps the former No Limit rapper and TRU Records label head behind bars, organizations like… Read more »

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