Fiend, talks about his time with No Limit Records. He explains how he joined the label, the wild recording sessions there, Master P buying him a new car after turning in ‘There’s One In Every Family’ album, hitting number 1 on Billboard with back-to-back albums, reveals what happened to the never-released “Tank Doggs” album (Snoop Dogg, Fiend, C-Murder, Mac & Mystikal), how his role with No Limit changed when P went to go play basketball, why he chose to leave the label and much more.





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