(AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop legend Master P will return to the rap game this year, with the release of a new album titled Boss Of All Bosses.
Boss Of All Bosses is Master P's first album since 2005, as well as his first official release since announcing his retirement from rap in 2006.
Prior to the release of Boss Of All Bosses, Master P would drop a mix tape titled "Al Capone."
"Expect a lot of club bangers, street classics, and music to make you think," Master P told AllHipHop.com. "As I transition my life, and the things that I've seen good and bad from the streets to corporate America, I feel like this mixtape is a piece of the documentary you will get from the album Boss of All Bosses.
For the "Al Capone" mixtape, Master P has called upon some of Hip-Hop's top producers and rappers.
Artist like Game, Kirko Bangz, Nipsey Hussle, Miss Chee, Eastwood, Bengie B, T.E.C., T-Bo, Problem, and Jeremiah make appearances, while production on the release is handled by 1500, Deezle, Mike Diesel and Drummer Boy.
"I'm able to be relevant and make good music for this generation and not focus on what I did in the past," Master P said.
And it's not by accident. Master P has created a partnership with some of the hottest street rappers like Alley Boy and Fat Trel, to form The Louie V Mob, who are featured on "Al Capone" as well as Boss Of All Bosses.
"The Louie V Mob will bring the REAL to Hip-Hop." Master P promised. "A lot of these artists are signing these 360 deals to major labels and can't make moves. We teamed up as bosses to change the game, to where independence can control and make real money. It's a new world order. No Limit Forever, Slutty Boy, and Ducktape."