Snoop Dogg’s Broadus Foods company sells grits, oatmeal, maple syrup and pancake mix under the Momma Snoop brand name.
Mia X is the the “Mother of Southern Rap,” but she has evolved far beyond her time with Master P’s No Limit Records.
Master P opened up about the devastating loss of losing his daughter earlier this year: “I feel like I went to my own funeral.”
Rapper and Hip-Hop mogul Master P is jumping into the dessert business with the launch of his new product La Great Snow Cones! Read more!
Master P and his son Hercy paid it forward by splurging for a 2-year-old who was assaulted. Read more!
Mogul says he will dedicate himself to advocacy for mental health and substance abuse to help millions of other children.
Master P and family are mourning the loss of Tytyana Miller, his daughter. She was 29.
The No Limit Founder is legally back on the dating market.
Master P said: “For $5, $10, $20, even $100 of cannabis you shouldn’t be incarcerated,” and is using his Virginia concert to promote change.
New Orleans rapper wants to get a NBA team a ring.
Master P has used his resources to help families in his hometown hit by a tornado that devastated New Orleans on Tuesday, March 22nd.
Big Court has no issue speaking his mind to and with the likes of Master P, Snoop Dogg, J. Prince, Ice-T, Tech N9ne and even Wack100.
Master P joined the Christopher 2X Game Changers nonprofit’s Future Healers program, which supports kids who’ve experienced gun violence.
Master P and Wack100 have had some back and forth, but now the homies are stepping up in P’s defense.
Rapper’s plans brings to fans Silkk The Shocker, Mystikal, Mia X, Fiend, Mr. Serv-On, Choppa Style and more.
Master P’s son Hercy Miller almost lost his career as a standout basketball player after suffering an injury while playing for Tennessee State!
Master P wants a judge to declare him a single man, years after he separated from his estranged wife, Sonya Miller! Read more!
Master P says though the tragic events were unexpected, something must be done to prevent further loss of life in the future.
The amazing life story of rap mogul Master P. is coming to the small screen in a new scripted series being produced by Hidden Empire Films!
Master P. is now a part-time resident in Nashville, where his son Hercy is playing basketball for the TSU Tigers. P is planning to open a new restaurant in the city!