Recently, I managed to watch “The No Limit Chronicles” on a network that I have a long-standing dislike for & I have to say I absolutely loved it. I remember during my early teenage years living in my old Jackson St. neighborhood in the late 1990s, I would often hear my brothers play music from Master P & The Old No Limit Records & I also remember an old classmate coming to school one day wearing a “No Limit Records” shirt & saying “I’m A No Limit Soldier”. All those experiences made me a fan of Master P & The Old No Limit.
No Limit Records had dominated the music industry from 1997-1999 releasing 23 records alone during their peak year of 1998 with 16 of the 23 albums going either gold (500,000 copies sold) or platinum (1,000,000 copies sold). Hell, they were even called “The Motown Of The South” at one point.
Master P & The Old No Limit Records had their fair share of ups and downs even when they were at the peak of their careers in the late 1990s, but nobody can ever deny the impact that they had in not only music history, but also black culture as well. They will always go down in history as being one of rap music’s greatest dynasties.