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Video: Master P Interview w/ The Breakfast Club

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Master P touches on family life, working with Lil Wayne while dodging Cash Money questions, coming back to music, other business ventures he’s invested in, his brother Silkk, his kids’ careers, No Limit, past deals he’s struck, C-Murder’s incarceration, drops gems on business acumen and a lot more.

Related: read our interview with Wendy Day where she talks about getting Master P & Birdman their historic label deals for No Limit & Cash Money here.

Previously: Master P on the Possibility of Signing Lil Wayne to No Limit

A Conversation with Wendy Day (Pt. 1)

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

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Words by Jimmy Ness

Wendy Day has been responsible for over a billon dollars in album sales, meaning she’s involved in shifting units comparable to Jay-Z and P-Diddy combined. But the 52-year-old isn’t a label shark profiting from manipulating artists into bad deals. She’s dedicated her life to building careers, sharing industry insight and negotiating fair contracts for rappers. In 1992, Wendy used her sizable life savings, stocks, Condo and BMW to fund non-profit organization Rap Coalition, a move that former Bad Boy accountant Bert Padell critiqued as “fucking crazy.” Day brokered some of the biggest deals in music history including Master P’s No Limit Records signing to Priority and Cash Money’s $30 million distribution deal with Universal, which allowed them to keep 85% of their royalties. The outspoken industry veteran held nothing back during our chat and has enough stories to fill several autobiographies. In part one of this interview, we discussed what 2pac planned for his next album, the time Freddie Foxx put a gun to Birdman’s head in public, 50 Cent crushing Young Buck, and a possible collaboration between Slick Rick and Kendrick Lamar.

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Defining the Visual Style of Southern Hip-Hop (Documentary)

Monday, October 6th, 2014

As teased last week, here’s Noisey’s full mini-documentary on legendary design house Pen And Pixel, the creative team behind some of the most memorable album covers of all time. Co-founder Shawn Brauch speaks on the very first design the company ever produced for a rapper, the creation of Juvenile’s 400 Degreez cover and the coining of the term “bling bling” during the creation of B.G.’s Chopper City In The Ghetto artwork, which is notable because Lil Wayne swears he invented that phrase. Brauch also details how 9/11 and the advent of illegal downloading eventually let to the demise of the business. Fascinating stuff.

Previously: Master P ft. Caddy Da Don & Travis Kr8ts – Bond Money

Video: Defining the Visual Style of Southern Hip-Hop (Trailer)

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Here’s a trailer for an upcoming documentary on Pen And Pixel, the Houston design studio famous for the over-the-top cover designs they did for No Limit and Cash Money during their 90s heyday.

Curren$y & Fiend – Flying Iron

Monday, June 7th, 2010

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Curren$y & Fiend – Flying Iron | Mediafire

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Related: The 25 Greatest No Limit Songs Of All Time [Complex]

Previously: Curren$y – Pilot Talk (Artwork)