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Review: Master P – Goodbye to My Homies
Master P – Goodbye to My Homies single uses a balance of mourning and heavy lyricism. The single is a mixture of R&B and gangsta rap. Aspiring No Limit artist and basketball player Master P released another solid effort of a single. Lyricism is what contemporary rap is missing in. The single also contained an exclusive bonus track which was Homie Ride which was shown and advertised on the back cover. Homie Ride was an exclusive bonus track that could only be found on this single.
Goodbye to My Homies was a tribute to all his deceased friends, family members, and rappers. Master P sent out a message stop the violence with this song of his. Goodbye to My Homies was his humanitarian effort to stop black on black crime. This song was dedicated to Master P’s late brother Kevin Miller. This is for everybody that lost a relative in the street game.
Y’all need to smile for his ghetto heroes. So many homies gone by trying to ball until they fall. Now Master P is left with nothing but old cards and a bunch of pictures on the wall. How does he say goodbye to what he had? The good times that made them that outweighed the bad. It’s so hard to say goodbye to his homies.
These lyrics were about Master P’s late brother Kevin Miller
But I still can’t believe that your dead fool, and how you got killed
And on your birthday me and my boys visit your grave
And I remember when you first got high
And the first time you got laid
And I’m going through a thing, Kevin nigga, what should I do
I never imagined living life without a nigga like you
Time is crazy. We shed so many ghetto tears. Every Sunday grandma goes to church. She said she gotta pray for her baby. Momma going through a thang but she gonna pull through. We got all the money but that don’t mean shit. It’s real out here. Death and funerals bring our families together. Life ain’t promised us so tell somebody you love them. You’ll never know when they’ll be here tomorrow.
Homie Ride was an exclusive bonus track that could only be found on this single. Homie Ride was one of those songs were released as b-sides on singles in the 1990s. That happened frequently back then. No Limit was famous for putting exclusive bonus tracks that could only be found on only on certain versions of a single. Some No Limit fans might remember this song as the bonus track. This is one of those mournful rap songs with heavy lyricism. Homie Ride is about homies that will ride and die for you. And even mourn your death.
Master P made money from selling that cocaine. But times have changed because Master P changed his life but is still trapped in the game. He was a young thug nigga hustlin’ full of Hennessy. The game wont change him but these streets made him. A No Limit Soldier who is still chased by the one time.
Imagine the pain. Would you accept C-Murder’s debt? Or would you hesitate on retaliation on his last breath? He won’t rest until he sees a nigga dead in the concrete. C-Murder will be a TRU Soulja until he is buried. He leaves ’em worried. Gettin’ high for his homies in the cemetery. The lyrics “Gettin’ high for his homies in the cemetery” make the song spooky and eerie. No Limit niggas be the realest. He went from ghettos to condos to shows with hoes. Tah bustin’ at fools with nickle plated fo’ fo’s.
The Gambino Family wonders if their thug niggas will ride for them? Will they kill or die with them? Protect your own and live long. These streets is a trip. And if they die, they got some TRU niggas comin’ with them. Their only wish is to see this niggas pain for this shit.
I rate this single 5/5*****!
Review: Master P – Empire, From the Hood to Hollywood
Aspiring No Limit artist and basketball player Master P released another solid effort of an album called Empire, From the Hood to Hollywood. Master P was dabbling into using drill beats popularized by Chicago rappers and SoundCloud rap in his songs for this comeback album of his. This album was new and experimental for him as one can tell. Lyricism is what contemporary rap is missing in. Most of the featured artists held down his album with their own ability and creativity. This album is just as sophisticated or whimsical as some of his previous albums were.
Master P proves to us on We Don’t Stop that the streets are rockin’ with No Limit Forever as there ain’t no competition. Fuck the trophies and award shows. They are the true champions of independent music. They don’t lose. They just win. He also proves that there ain’t no limit to the money that a nigga is getting.
Master P feel likes Stephen Curry in game 6. He makes nonbelievers believe in him. He makes hating niggas change and wanna be with him. A thousand grams is how he came up in this game. The streets are rockin’ with No Limit Forever as there ain’t no competition No Limit Forever are champs. They don’t lose. They just win. There ain’t another label out hotter than No Limit Forever.
Master P explains how he became a successful businessman in the song Hood To Hollywood. It’s a rags to riches story. His delivery with his lyrics are on point.
Master P had to grind when all he saw is poverty. Plus the economy is terrible. Niggas got tired of being broke. Him and his niggas in the kitchen flip more chickens than church. Don’t ask him to put you on. You weren’t here with him when he was hurting.
I rate this album 5/5*****!
Review: Master P – No Limit Chronicles Lost Tape
Master P’s No Limit Chronicles Lost Tape was used to celebrate the release of the 5 part Docu-Series on No Limit Chronicles on BET which aired on July 29, 2020. Super producer BlaqnMild graced P’s album with his high quality production. This was the highly anticipated album of 2020. Master P keeps things fresh by discussing relevant and up to date content with today’s audience.
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.
Believe is about believing in yourself in order to become successful. Master P says that hard work is the key to success when most people don’t believe in you. Believing in yourself is the positive Master P is trying to convey in this song. He says that hard work is the key to success when most people don’t believe in you.
Super producer BlaqnMild graced this song with his high quality production and modernized beats. That is how he makes the song sound relevant and modern with contemporary culture. The Ice Cream Man and BlaqnMild stay reinventing themselves.
Peewee Longway and Master P explain how they get they hustle on with their song Cooked Up. Peewee Longway got the hook up and so does Master P.
Still Remember” is another classic about the struggle and the pain. The song explains how to appreciate success and not let success go over your head. The Ice Cream Man stays reinventing himself. Blaqnmild brings out the rhythm for the song. He brings some flavor to modern contemporary culture.
I rate this album 5/5*****!
Review: Master P – No Limit Chronicles: The Lost Tape
Master P’s No Limit Chronicles: The Lost Tape was used to celebrate the release of the 5 part Docu-Series on No Limit Chronicles on BET which aired on July 29, 2020. Super producer BlaqnMild graced P’s album with his high quality production. This was the highly anticipated album of 2020. Master P keeps things fresh by discussing relevant and up to date content with today’s audience.
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. Rap is missing real lyricism like this.
Believe is about believing in yourself in order to become successful. Master P says that hard work is the key to success when most people don’t believe in you. Believing in yourself is the positive Master P is trying to convey in this song. Super producer BlaqnMild graced this song with his high quality production and modernized beats.
I rate this album 5/5*****!
Romeo Miller Gifts Thousands To Over 200 Families In Need
Alonzo Williams: Speaks No Limit’s Success & The Rap Game In 2021
Westcoast Music Godfather Alonzo Williams Recently Took To His Podcast To Speak On The Success & Accomplishments Of Master P
Master P Awarded Key To City Of New Orleans For Outstanding Contributions!
The New Orleans Mayor posted the following on her Social Media about Percy ‘Master P’ Miller
“His foundation and family have done everything from supporting seniors at Guste Homes, giving proceeds to our young people to attain higher education, to working to stop the violence in our community and in cities across the U.S.”
Percy Robert Miller, also known by his stage name Master P, is an American rapper, actor, record producer, entrepreneur, and former basketball player.
Jimmy Jump On Master P, C-Murder, Soulja Slim, Afficial Album, No Limit East, Gillie Da Kid!
Jimmy Jump Speaks On How Afficial Met Master P And Working For No Limit Records, Name Change From Desperado, Going Solo After Leaving The Tank.
Jimmy Jump On Meeting Master P & Days Later Recording For No Limit Records Ghetto Postage Album!
Jimmy Jump Speaks On How Afficial Met Master P And Working On Music For No Limit Records Release “Ghetto Postage”