Master P spoke to AllHipHop about his role in the Opray Winfrey Network’s “OWN Spotlight: They Call Me Dad,” which highlights African-American fathers.
Mogul Master P recounted a story of being on the road with Tupac and how he had to out work the late rapper to become successful!
Master P continues his commitment to Louisiana and its people. This time, he’s offered help to Hurricane Ida victims through his water company.
Master P is a proud parent. His super-talented son Mercy Miller recently announced he is heading off to college and his decided to take his skills on the court to the University of Houston!
C-Murder is mounting another shot at getting out of prison for a murder he claims he did the commit, with the addition of Ben Crump to his legal team!
The high school basketball champion will play for an HBCU.
Master P has joined The Roc as he attempts to become the head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans!
Mac is finally a free man, after serving almost 30 years for a crime he maintains he never committed!
Master P is known for his basketball skills both on and off the court. So it makes sense he would want to be head coach of the New Orleans pelicans!
Master P jumpstarts 5/20, also known as Cannabis Freedom Day.
The multi-millionaire businessman wants to see rappers come together in order to have collective bargaining power.
Romeo recalled a harrowing interview near the campus of USC in which you live pulled over at gunpoint by a cop.
Master P explains the one investment he regrets the most.
The rap mogul is known for his many business enterprises, but he may be embarking on the most ambitious plan of his storied career with a proposal to buy his own HBCU.
Master P is taking his expertise to the next level.
After only two months of discussion, the No Limit visionary looks to add to his dynamic empire and portfolio with new acquisition
Check out the footwear’s black and white colorway.
2 Chainz, City Girls, and Rick Ross are scheduled to perform at the “HBCU Homecomings” concert.
The Louisiana-bred businessman is offering a Black-owned substitute to companies with racially insensitive imagery.
Rapper/actor Romeo defended his father and his family after some very public drama involving his dad Master P. and his uncle, C-Murder.