Master P gives some motivational words when posting a throwback photo of himself and Eminem.
Master P has won his spot as one of hip-great hop’s businessmen by accomplishing a great deal in the realm of entrepreneurship.
P was raised in the infamous Calliope projects in New Orleans, but he overcame the adversity of his circumstances and moved to Oakland, California, where he opened No Limit Records, the first chapter in what would become a hip-hop empire.
P has gone on to greatness in the music business since then, saving Snoop Dogg from a failed Death Row contract in the late 1990s, among other things.
P has gone on to greatness in the music business since then, saving Snoop Dogg from a failed Death Row contract in the late 1990s, among other notable achievements.
P took to Instagram today to share some inspirational advice, once again sharing an awesome throwback photo of himself and Eminem to help contextualize his post.
“Don’t be afraid to rise, improve, and better yourself when you come from poverty,” he captions, tagging Eminem’s page. “Instead of going backwards, take a step forward. Your visions have no limits.” It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time P has shared this image; in fact, he shared a similar message in 2018.
Despite the fact that he and Eminem have never worked together on wax in any way, it’s obvious that the two rags-to-riches icons have mutual respect.
Eminem almost signed a record contract with No Limit at the start of his career, according to a tidbit previously disclosed by P during a 2015 MTV interview. “Anyone you can think of has called me for advice or has asked, ‘What can I do to get with No Cap,'” P explained. “We done had the talk where they wanted to be with No Limit, from Eminem to T.I. to everyone you might think of.” Despite the fact that Em went on to make history as a core member of Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment.
It would have been fascinating to hear how Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment would have progressed under the No Limit banner.
Check out P’s Eminem throwback photo with Master P below, and let us know if you’d like to see the two collaborate in the future.