No Limit Forever Records

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No Limit Forever Records
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Parent company EMPIRE Recordings
Founded 2010
Founder Romeo Miller
Distributor(s) EMPIRE Distribution (US)
Genre Hip-hop, R&B
Country of origin United States
Location Los Angeles, California
Official website http://www.trutanksoldiers.com/

No Limit Forever Records is an American independent record label founded by Romeo Miller. No Limit's Vice President is Romeo's brother Valentino. No Limit's COO is Romeo's uncle Silkk The Shocker.

History[edit]

On November 26, 2010, No Limit Forever Records was established by Romeo Miller.

On February 9, 2011 Romeo Miller signed the first female to the label, Miss Chee. He also signed rapper Oak Tree and Jamaican singer Kay-I.[1] The next day, Romeo signed Terry "T-Million" Miles to the label [2] and on February 16, 2011 it was announced that he had signed SouthDown, the first rock band to be on the label.[3] Romeo has also signed Louisiana artist Co-Ruff and former Death Row Records artist Eastwood[3] Like No Limit Records, No Limit Forever also plans to release movies on the label, Get Money which will star No Limit founder Master P & his managing artist Gucci Mane was set to be released in 2011 but was held back & Repos 2 was set to release in 2013 but was also held back.

On November 17, 2012 Master P formed a group called Louie V Mob that features himself, Atlanta rapper Alley Boy & Washington, DC rapper Fat Trel.[needs update][4]

In 2015, Master P formed a new group called Money Mafia which originally featured himself & No Limit Forever artists Ace B, Calliope Popeye, Eastwood, Flight Boy, Gangsta, Maserati Rome, Play Beezy, & No Limit Forever in-house producer BlaqNmilD, Money Mafia now consist of original members Ace B, BlaqNmilD, Eastwood, Master P & newest members Dark Fame formerly Fame-O, Maine Musik, Miss Chee & T.E.C.[5] On December 9, 2015 it was announced that Master P had signed Arizona artist's Angelo Nano & JSlugg500.[6]

On March 28, 2016 Master P would introduce his group No Limit Boys formerly Money Mafia which now consist of No Limit Forever artists Ace B, Angelo Nano, BlaqNmilD, JSlugg500, Lambo, Master P & Mo3Roy.[7] On December 14, 2016 Master P would announce the signing of Houston, Texas artist Marqus Clae.[8]

On January 25, 2017 Master P would announce the signing of Long Beach, California artist Paloma Ford.[9]

2011–present: Mixtapes[edit]

On June 14, 2011 Bengie B & Gangsta released a collaboration mixtape titled Bgs Vol 1.[10] On June 18, 2011 T-Bo Da Firecracker released a mixtape titled Jimi Swag.[11] On July 29, 2011 Black Don released a mixtape titled The Scrimmage.[12] On August 19, 2011 Romeo released a mixtape titled I Am No Limit.[13][14] On November 16, 2011 Master P released his debut mixtape titled TMZ (Too Many Zeroes).[15]

On August 19, 2012 Romeo released a mixtape titled Inception.[16][17][18] On August 21, 2012 Bengie B released a mixtape titled Ben Raw, Ben Real.[19][20] On September 21, 2012 T.E.C. released a mixtape titled The Take Off.[21][22][23] On October 19, 2011 T-Bo Da Firecracker released a mixtape titled White Boi Swag.[24] On December 31, 2012 Pallo Da Jiint released a mixtape titled Dat Heat Rock.[25]

On January 16, 2013 Master P released a mixtape titled Al Capone which was a promo for his upcoming Boss of All Bosses album.[26] On February 12, 2013 Master P with his newly founded group Louie V Mob released a collaboration mixtape titled New World Order.[27][28] Master P's next mixtape Famous Again was released on August 6, 2013.[29][30][31] Both mixtapes were #1 in selling and digital downloads. On June 25, 2013 Cymphonique released her debut mixtape titled Passion.[32][33] On November 1, 2013 Miss Chee released her debut mixtape titled Jacking For Ransom which was very successful.[34]

On February 28, 2014 Master P released a mixtape titled The Gift Vol. 1: Return of The Ice Cream Man.[35][36][37] On September 4, 2014 Miss Chee released a mixtape titled Flatline.[38]

In 2015, Master P formed a new group called Money Mafia, on January 5, 2015 they released a mixtape titled We All We Got.[39][40][41][42] On February 9, 2015 Master P released a collaboration mixtape titled #CP3 with his No Limit Forever artist & fellow New Orleans rapper Ace B.[43][44] On April 20, 2015 Money Mafia released their second mixtape titled Hustlin.[45][46][47] On July 13, 2015 No Limit Forever artist/in-house producer BlaqNmilD released his mixtape titled The Becoming.[48][49][50] On July 16, 2015 Money Mafia released their third mixtape titled The Luciano Family.[51][52][53] On July 28, 2015 No Limit Forever artist She Money released her mixtape titled Colombiana.[54][55][56] On August 14, 2015 No Limit Forever artist Eastwood released his mixtape titled Mr. Black Bandana: Trapper Of The Year.[57][58] On September 14, 2015 No Limit Forever artist Flight Boy released his mixtape titled Skyy High.[59] On September 18, 2015 No Limit Forever artist Ace B released his mixtape titled Ace Of Hearts.[60][61]

On January 7, 2016 No Limit Forever artist Maserati Rome would release his mixtape entitled Fighting Monsters.[62][63] On January 29, 2016 No Limit Forever artist/in-house producer BlaqNmilD would release his mixtape titled Money & War.[64][65] On March 16, 2016 Master P would release his mixtape entitled Middle Finga.[66] On March 30, 2016 No Limit Forever artist Flight Boy released his mixtape titled Behind Enemy Lines.[67][68] On August 21, 2016 Master P released a mixtape titled The G Mixtape.[69][70][71] On October 4, 2016 No Limit Forever artist MoeRoy released his mixtape titled Trap MJ (Michael Jackson).[72][73] on January 9, 2017 No Limit Forever artist Marqus Clae released his mixtape titled The Ghetto Poet.[74] On October 27, 2016 Master P released a mixtape titled Louisiana Hot Sauce.[75][76]

On January 6, 2017 No Limit Forever newest group No Limit Boys formerly Money Mafia released their mixtape entitled We All We Got.[77] On February 6, 2017 No Limit Forever artist Ace B released his mixtape titled Ace Of Spades.[78][79][80] On February 11, 2017 No Limit Forever would release their mixtape entitled No Limit Takeover.[81][82]

2013–present: Albums[edit]

On December 6, 2013 Master P released his thirteenth album titled The Gift which is the label's first album release.

On June 4, 2015 it was announced that No Limit Forever newest group Money Mafia would be releasing their debut album in 2015 titled Rarri Boys.[83] On June 8, 2015 Money Mafia would release their first single from Rarri Boys titled "Bonita".[84] On July 29, 2015 Maserati Rome would release two new singles from his upcoming fourth studio album titled "Till the Club Close" featuring fellow No Limit Forever artist Ace B & "Bent" featuring fellow No Limit Forever artist's Ace B & his uncle Silkk the Shocker.[85][86][87][88] On September 4, 2015 Silkk The Shocker would release a new single from his upcoming sixth studio album Incredible titled "Business" featuring fellow No Limit Forever artist/producer BlaqNmilD.[89][90][91] On October 7, 2015 Master P would reveal the cover art's & announced that there would be three sequel album installments to his critically acclaimed debut major label album Ice Cream Man titled Ice Cream Man 2: The Streets, Ice Cream Man 3: The Hustle, Ice Cream Man 4: The Lifestyle that will be released all on the same day.[92] On October 13, 2015 Master P would reveal & announced the cover art, release date & track list to his upcoming new album titled Empire that will be released on November 28, 2015.[93][94][95][96] On November 27, 2015 Master P released his fourteenth album titled Empire, from the Hood to Hollywood which is the label's second album release.[97][98][99]

On March 28, 2016 it was announced that No Limit Forever newest group No Limit Boys formerly Money Mafia would be releasing their debut album in 2016 titled No Limit Boys & it was announced that No Limit Forever CEO Master P would be releasing his new album entitled The Grind Don't Stop.[7]

Current artists[edit]

  • Ace B (No Limit Forever)[5]
  • Angelo Nano (No Limit Forever, Power Circle)[6][7]
  • BlaqNmilD (No Limit Forever, Musical Geniuses)[5]
  • Calliope Popeye (No Limit Forever)[5]
  • Choppa (No Limit Forever, I Represent)
  • Co-Ruff (No Limit Forever)[3]
  • Cymphonique (No Limit Forever, Flush)[5]
  • Dirty B (No Limit Forever)
  • Flight Boy (No Limit Forever, Flight Boy Forever)[5]
  • Gangsta (No Limit Forever, Listen)[100]
  • G5-J (No Limit Forever, Shocker World)
  • Hitmayne4Hire (No Limit Forever)
  • JSlugg500 (No Limit Forever)[6][7]
  • Kay-I (No Limit Forever)[1]
  • King Roy (No Limit Forever)
  • Krazy (No Limit Forever, Breather)[5]
  • Lambo (No Limit Forever)[7]
  • Lime Team (No Limit Forever)
  • Marqus Clae (No Limit Forever)[8]
  • Maserati Rome[100]
  • Master P
  • MoeRoy (No Limit Forever, No Mistakes)[7]
  • No Limit Boys (No Limit Forever)[5][7]
  • Paloma Ford (No Limit Forever)[9]
  • Play Beezy (No Limit Forever, Lurkin Music)[100]
  • Sam I Am (No Limit Forever, Flight Boy Forever)
  • Rickadon (No Limit Forever, Rickaveli)
  • Silkk the Shocker (No Limit Forever, Shocker World)[100]
  • Young Vee (No Limit Forever)[100]

In-house producers[edit]

  • 1500 or Nothin' (affiliate)
  • BlaqNmilD
  • Deezle (affiliate)
  • JBuc The Producer (affiliate)
  • JSlugg500
  • King Tru3
  • Mike Nef
  • The Composer (affiliate)
  • Young Bugatti

Former artists[edit]

Managed Acts[edit]

Publishing[edit]

Full discography[edit]

Albums released on No Limit Forever label
Artist Album details Peak chart positions
US US R&B US Rap
Master P
  • Title: Al Capone[102]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: January 16, 2013
  • Singles:
Louie V. Mob
  • Title: New World Order[103]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: February 12, 2013
  • Singles:
Master P
  • Title: The Gift
    (released with XLP Distribution)
  • Released: December 6, 2013
  • Singles: "Woke Up a Millionaire", "I Need an Armored Truck", "I Ain't Gonna Let It Happen Twice", "You Need To Know", "Two Three", "Lonely Road"
Money Mafia
  • Title: We All We Got[104]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: February 3, 2015
  • Singles: "Power",[105] "We Bout It"[106]
BlaqNmilD
  • Title: The Becoming[107]
    (retail mixtape)
    (released with Musical Geniuses Records)
  • Released: August 22, 2015
  • Singles: "Feel Special"[108]
She Money
  • Title: Colombiana[109]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: September 11, 2015
  • Singles:
Ace B
  • Title: Ace of Hearts[110]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: November 3, 2015
  • Singles:
Master P
Maserati Rome
  • Title: Fighting Monsters[111]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: January 7, 2016
  • Single: "Till The Club Close", "Bent"
BlaqNmilD
  • Title: Money & War[112]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: February 1, 2016
  • Single:
Flight Boy
  • Title: Behind Enemy Lines[113]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: March 30, 2016
  • Single:
Master P
  • Title: The G Mixtape[114][115]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: August 30, 2016
  • Singles: "My Business", "You Need Me and I Need You", "Too Legit", "Believe", "Dirty Game", "I'm Just Trying", "Made It Out", "Watch 'Em"
Master P
  • Title: Louisiana Hot Sauce[116][117][118]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: October 27, 2016
  • Singles: "Broken", "Flex'n on 'Em", "Too Much"
No Limit Boys
Marqus Clae
Ace B47
  • Title: Ace of Spades[128][129][130][131]
    (retail mixtape)
  • Released: February 6, 2017
  • Singles: "Thinkin Bout U"
Master P
Master P

TV shows released on label[edit]

Year Title Notes
2015–present Master P's Family Empire[133] Master P's Reality Show, that is scheduled to premier on Reelz sometime in November.

Movies released on label[edit]

Year Title Notes
2016 Incredible: The Movie[134] Silkk The Shocker documentary
2017 The Ice Cream Man: Master P The Ice Cream Man[135] Master P biopic
TBA The Ice Cream Man: TRU[135] Master P & TRU biopic
The Ice Cream Man: No Limit The Empire[135] Master P & No Limit Records biopic
Get Money[4] Stars Master P & Gucci Mane
I Got the Hook Up 2 Stars Master P & Anthony Johnson
Repos 2 Stars Master P & Michael Blackson

Radio shows released label[edit]

Year Title Notes
2016–present Doin’ Tha Most'[136][137][138]

Doin’ Tha Most is an American syndicated radio show based in Hollywood, California hosted by No Limit Forever CEO Master P, radio host Big Courtney, No Limit Forever A&R/Radio host J-Tweezy, No Limit Forever DJ/Radio host Juggie & exotic dancer Sassee Cassee, the syndicated radio show would air & premier on Playboy Radio.

See also[edit]

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