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tariqhu
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Wed Dec-05-18 01:00 PM

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"I enjoy and respect Master P."


          

man, I couldn't dig the music or movies. however, his interviews are friggin dope. respect due.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mrKNCTlv0s

nah, you trippin

  

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True facts man.
Dec 05th 2018
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True dat.
Dec 05th 2018
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Shieeet... his music was good too
Dec 05th 2018
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that had a few bangers for sure.
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No Limit was truly something else
Dec 05th 2018
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yeah, he blitzed the
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      For both parties.
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Brew
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Wed Dec-05-18 01:08 PM

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1. "True facts man."
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I also could never get into the music but respect the hell out of the hustle and his singular focus on creating opportunities for his community/the black community.

Agree that his interviews are great. He is pretty brilliant.

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BlakStaar
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Wed Dec-05-18 01:21 PM

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2. "True dat."
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I especially enjoyed his contribution to Solange’s “Seat At The Table.”

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falafel stand pimpin
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Wed Dec-05-18 02:13 PM

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3. "Shieeet... his music was good too"
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https://youtu.be/EgYdNQ3lk2s

  

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tariqhu
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Wed Dec-05-18 02:19 PM

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4. "that had a few bangers for sure."
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVTbBT-1r_I

nah, you trippin

  

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Marauder21
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Wed Dec-05-18 02:55 PM

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5. "No Limit was truly something else"
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Went from regional thing to all over the damn radio in like a year and a half. New albums every few weeks, most of which debuted in the Billboard top 10 (even when it was Skul Duggery or whoever.) The 6 page spreads in XXL and The Source showing all the upcoming albums that were maybe coming out (shout out Mercedes' Rear End album forever, I think they were advertising that in the Ice Cream Man album.)

I don't know that we'll ever see a phenomenon like that again. There was like an 11 month span from the time Ghetto D came out to them signing Snoop.

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tariqhu
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6. "yeah, he blitzed the"
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whole country. that tank was everywhere.

a once in a life time thing. signing snoop was a good as move.

nah, you trippin

  

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Brew
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Wed Dec-05-18 09:32 PM

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7. "For both parties."
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Wed Dec-05-18 09:34 PM by Brew

          

>a once in a life time thing. signing snoop was a good as move.

Saved Snoop's career and probably life, and gave No Limit a nice boost w/the West Coast crowd and really everywhere since Snoop is universal.

That first album was total butt, but Snoop was back on track immediately after that hiccup w/Top Dogg.

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