Review: Master P – Famous Again

Master P came real with it again with his lyrics on his 2015 album Famous Again. Lyricism is what contemporary rap is missing in. Master P manages stay relevant in this new school era of rap. Highlights on this album include Need To Know and Last Year.

Master P explains to use that what don’t kill you just make you stronger on Last Year. There is no limit to your success. Master P proves there is no hesitation for him to graduate and elevate his education. Master P plans to bring it back with No Limit. There ain’t no limit now.

They say what don’t kill you just make you stronger. All that motherfucking hate made Master P get out and get his hustle on. No Limit did it once. Now No Limit has got another turn. No Limit is doing shit niggas ain’t never see. Master P is bout to break it back, boy. It ain’t no limit. See how the tables turn. He says that hard work is the key to success when most people don’t believe in you.

Master P proves that he is still clever and with rhymes in his lyrics. Here are some examples:

A nigga winning like Charlie Sheen
Fuck her good, she will cook a nigga collie green

Let the record play I’m back nigga, Al Green
God bitches popping for them green beans
Standing over niggas like I’m ya’ll maine
A nigga winning like Charlie Sheen
Fuck her good, she will cook a nigga collie green

The Colonel of The Tank shares game about preparation, ownership and education with everyone including professional athletes and entertainers on Need To Know. “If you gettin’ money this the shit you need to know.” He kept real and keeps telling the truth. This is the realest shit Master P ever wrote and ever spoke. Rap is missing real lyricism like this.

This is the shit they don’t want you to know. But if you gettin’ money, this is the shit you need to know.

If you don’t want to hear the truth, then just skip past this one. Keep telling lies because the truth hurts. Musicians signed a deal and then they lie about their net worth. You can’t make Forbes and have a 360 deal. I know Everybody’s trying to get that to get that 80/20 deal like Master P did and is trying to get that Rocawear deal.

Record labels and sporting agencies give us one percent and we think we own the team. Musicians signed a record deal but the money don’t match their dream. Then they put these rookies against each other. They used to be homeboys and now they are trying to to kill each other. Musicians even read when they sign these deals.

This is the realist shit Master P ever spoke about income inequality. “While Richard Branson is having fun flying in space/These artists are out here starving and catching a case”

And when you hot, they gon’ let you use their house
And when you not, that’s the day they kick you out
While Richard Branson is having fun flying in space
These artists are out here starving and catching a case
I don’t know what they did to Mase
But I heard Ciroc gave Puffy some cake
And these hoes and these jewels will be a young nigga’s downfall

Sporting agencies give players $50 million dollars a game and then they lock them into contracts they can’t get out of. This happens a lot in the sports industry. “They giving like 50 mil’ for playin’ roundball/Then throw your name in the paper/And make it easy access for the haters”

Athletes got financial advisors just to pay their bills. Dre hit with Beats and now every rapper wants that deal. How you gonna make 50 mil’ and go kill a nigga? These athletes use too many steroids. Now these athletes want to be rappers. These rappers make a little money and want to be trappers. Buy a phantom and don’t have a house. These niggas backwards from the inside out. And y’all want to be Kobe ’cause he own the team. Rappers are losing to these sponsors and endorsements. Reality shows think they are creating stars but in reality they are making monsters

Why are we negotiating 360 deals when there is so much technology out there today? We could do our own shit. And why you athletes hookin’ up with business people that never even made money before? To watch your money?
Shit don’t make no sense.

Invest like a 1/3 of your money just in case you need that for a rainy day. You feel me? These strip clubs and cars don’t hold no value. That’s a bad investment. You fall down, you get back up. That’s how hustlers do it. And if you could help your people, you help them. You don’t let them starve. You never know who might be the next you. You get a lot of friends when you got money. But when you don’t have shit, ain’t nobody gon’ fuck with you. Don’t let this be you. You’re never too old or too young to be able to make music or do what you want to do. Have you ever seen a rich PD or on-air personality? anybody ever check their salary?

Get your shit in the streets to your people. Get out there and hustle. Find you somebody with an education or a job. Somebody that could help you. Stop fuckin’ with all these broke hoes. Say you hang around a bunch of broke muthafuckas then you broke. You hang around rich muthafuckas then you rich.

Master P gets into battle mode on I Need an Armored Truck. He explains why he needs himself an armored truck. Master P needs an armored truck for protection as his pockets are hella swole. This armored truck has Fantom doors open up from the other side. His baby mama is richer than your favorite rapper.

He bought a mansion and knocked it down just to do it big No ceilings on the house at 19 feet. Mr. Ice Cream went to Mexico just to see Carlos Slim. If you ain’t heard of him, he is richest man in the world Master P is on some Mayweather shit, He still owns the belt. And he did this shit by his motherfucking self.

Master P explains to use that what don’t kill you just make you stronger on Makes You Stronger. There is no limit to your success. The song also teaches us not to be judgmental about people. Nobody is perfect.

Master P complains about how music doesn’t have any substance these days. So he decides to add some flavor and seasoning to music and for the hood.

[Intro: Master P]
I guess they say music don’t have no substance these days
I’ma just add a lil’ flavor, some season to it
No Limit Forever, Master P, Famous Again
Ghetto motivation
I do this for the hood

Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. They say life’s a bitch when these haters are on you. How are you going to judge another person when you don’t know them? Ain’t nobody perfect. But somebody is worth it.

Master P outsmarted you fakers. I know you bitches be hatin that. You haters talkin that bullshit. Master P got millions invested and applied knowledge for billions. These industry niggas phony. Master P got his foot up in the door and is now comin’ for the dough. Runnin’ fast like an African!

I rate this album 4/5****!

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