History Music / MasterP

30th Dec '15 6:08:51 AM Morgenthaler
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Master P (along with {{UGK}}, Eightball, & MJG) and No Limit, for all intents and purposes, started the "Dirty South" era in hip-hop. While Southern rap had roots going back quite some time before, No Limit gave spotlight to acts like DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click. A lot of Southern rap's mainstream success can be traced back to the No Limit era.

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Master P (along with {{UGK}}, Music/{{UGK}}, Eightball, & MJG) and No Limit, for all intents and purposes, started the "Dirty South" era in hip-hop. While Southern rap had roots going back quite some time before, No Limit gave spotlight to acts like DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click. A lot of Southern rap's mainstream success can be traced back to the No Limit era.
20th Mar '15 9:34:22 PM tenryufan
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* RealLifeRelative: In ''Romeo!'', Master P makes occasional guest appearances as the father of the title character, played by his son Li'l Romeo.
9th Oct '14 6:06:12 AM Lionheart0
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* KavorkaMan: Though ugly, he seems to have done well financially and romantically.
6th Oct '14 9:04:38 AM LongLiveHumour
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Born Percy Robert Miller (1967-), UsefulNotes/NewOrleans HipHop entrepreneur Master P is respected for his industry success, And ''sometimes'' for his music. He is best known for his trademark [[{{Frankenstein}} Frankenstein Monster Grunt]]:

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Born Percy Robert Miller (1967-), UsefulNotes/NewOrleans HipHop entrepreneur Master P is respected for his industry success, And and ''sometimes'' for his music. He is best known for his trademark [[{{Frankenstein}} [[Film/YoungFrankenstein Frankenstein Monster Grunt]]:
18th Apr '14 8:52:17 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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His record label, No Limit, was extremely successful in the late 1990s, but crashed and burned at the TurnOfTheMillennium thanks in large part to the more [[GlamRap polished]] Cashmoney label, another polarizing group. In 2005, Master P founded a new label, Guttar Music. No Limit was known for its incredibly minimalist production style, mixed with very gritty southern rap music. Which extended to Master P's film productions. At the time however the minimalist style was very appealing in the wake of overly produced and glossy HipHop spearheaded by Puff Daddy (called the shiny suit era). The label also produced several classic southern rap songs and albums. Master P (along with {{UGK}}, Eightball & MJG) and the label for all intents and purposes started the down south boom which eventually spread to Houston. Giving spot light to acts like DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click. A lot of the south's mainstream success can be traced back to the No Limit era.


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His record label, No Limit, was extremely successful in the late 1990s, but crashed and burned at the TurnOfTheMillennium thanks in large part to the more [[GlamRap polished]] Cashmoney label, another polarizing group. In 2005, Master P founded a new label, Guttar Music. No Limit was known for its incredibly minimalist production style, mixed with very gritty southern Southern rap music. Which extended to Master P's film productions. At the time however the minimalist style It was very appealing extremely successful in the wake of overly produced late 1990s and glossy HipHop spearheaded by Puff Daddy (called the shiny suit era). The label also produced several classic southern Southern rap songs and albums. albums, its minimalist style being very appealing as an alternative to the [[GlamRap overly-produced and glossy hip-hop]] spearheaded by the likes of Puff Daddy (known as the "shiny suit" era). However, it crashed and burned at the TurnOfTheMillennium thanks in large part to the rise of the more [[GlamRap polished]] Cash Money Records, another polarizing group, as well as Master P's failed attempts to broaden his horizons into film and [[Wrestling/{{WCW}} pro wrestling]]. In 2005, Master P founded a new label, Guttar Music.

Master P (along with {{UGK}}, Eightball Eightball, & MJG) and the label No Limit, for all intents and purposes purposes, started the down south boom which eventually spread to Houston. Giving spot light "Dirty South" era in hip-hop. While Southern rap had roots going back quite some time before, No Limit gave spotlight to acts like DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click. A lot of the south's Southern rap's mainstream success can be traced back to the No Limit era.

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19th Dec '13 12:23:01 PM LongLiveHumour
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Born Percy Robert Miller (1967-), NewOrleans HipHop entrepreneur Master P is respected for his industry success, And ''sometimes'' for his music. He is best known for his trademark [[{{Frankenstein}} Frankenstein Monster Grunt]]:

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Born Percy Robert Miller (1967-), NewOrleans UsefulNotes/NewOrleans HipHop entrepreneur Master P is respected for his industry success, And ''sometimes'' for his music. He is best known for his trademark [[{{Frankenstein}} Frankenstein Monster Grunt]]:
2nd Sep '13 5:33:36 PM TSims
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* WretchedHive: New Orleans, particularly the wards and Calliope Projects..

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* WretchedHive: New Orleans, particularly the wards and Calliope Projects..Projects. The drug trade and subsequent violence from it were two of the primary reasons New Orleans was nicknamed the "Murder Capital of the U.S."
2nd Sep '13 5:18:11 PM TSims
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*WretchedHive: New Orleans, particularly the wards and Calliope Projects..
29th May '13 7:19:24 PM TSims
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* KavorkaMan: Though ugly and not very talented, he seems to have done well financially and romantically.

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* KavorkaMan: Though ugly and not very talented, ugly, he seems to have done well financially and romantically.



* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: Master P is known for his simplistic production style. The truth? Not so much.

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* ThreeChordsAndTheTruth: Master P is known for his simplistic production style. The truth? Not so much.And gritty southern rap tales.
16th Mar '13 11:09:25 PM erforce
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* {{Homage}}: The grunt actually might be inspired by Sgt. Apone from the film {{Alien}}s.

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* {{Homage}}: The grunt actually might be inspired by Sgt. Apone from the film {{Alien}}s.''Film/{{Aliens}}''.
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