Posts Tagged ‘Master P’

Genre Dysphoria: The Best D.C. Music of 2013

With Chuck Brown in his eternal resting place and Ian MacKaye settled down and playing only occasional dates with The Evens, how has D.C. music moved on?
In 2013, the answer was clearer: This is a hip-hop town, at least more than it was before. The area now has three significant hip-hop exports: trap-rap up-and-comer Fat Trel, [...]

DMV Beats: Louie V Mob, Venus vs. Mars, #Wegotit4free, Chi Chi Monet

Review: Louie V Mob’s New World Order
Master P was once rich and famous enough to sign Snoop Dogg at the height of his Death Row commercial success, install a gold elevator in his estate, and perform at the VMAs. His brand was No Limit, an aggressively New Orleans-based and DIY label that transformed his family [...]

Louie V Mob, Featuring Fat Trel, Drops New World Order Tape

Trel may already be D.C.'s most influential rapper, but he's thrown his weight behind what used to be one of the country's most influential hip-hop labels: Master P's No Limit, one of the driving forces behind southern hip-hop's ascent in the '90s. Since last year, Trel has been working with P, the New Orleans legend who [...]

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