Percy Miller, known as Master P, uncovered an entryway to success in countless industries utilizing profits from his label— No Limit Records. After signing a distribution deal in 1996 with Priority Records, Miller and his label retained 100% of their masters and received 85% of their record sales. Instead of carelessly spending, millions were invested into telecommunications, a sports agency, real estate, food & beverages, and more. The New Orleans native started his journey as a rapper but swiftly expanded to entrepreneurship, playing in the NBA and acting while releasing 15 studio albums. Let’s take a look into Master P’s $200 million reign and why Master P is Black history personified.
The Women of Color Monologues, conceived by Ekundayo Badele | Yancy Villa-Calvo