Two moguls, one track. That’s right, Percy Miller aka Master P has enlisted Rick Ross for his brand new single “Two Three,” a track which will appear on his forthcoming album ‘The Gift,’ out on Dec. 8. Instead of a bona fide homage to the GOAT Michael Jordan, P uses MJ more as a comparison to himself, “I ball like I’m two three, Bitch, I hustle like I’m two three.” Ross does his thing, too. Check it out above. Previously: Big Sean Ft. Rick Ross & Travi$ Scott – 10 2 10 (Remix) Follow @Yancymckiddy
Master P warmed up his comeback with a few mixtapes that showed his hunger. There were gems on the projects that add to his already legendary status in the game. On December 6, he’ll be releasing his new album, The Gift, available for pre-order now (you can also potentially win $10,000 in his contest if you do). “Lonely Road” is his first single consisting of his knowledge gained throughout his lengthy career. Previously: Mixtape: Master P – Famous Again Follow @SermonsDomain
Master P is under the assumption that his recent reemergence in hip-hop has made him Famous Again. While Scratching The Surface would be a more fitting title, never count out P for his ambition and confidence. On this latest project, he assembles himself with some of the most popular names, both established and on the rise, like Problem, Nipsey Hussle, Game, Dee-1, Alley Boy, Fat Trel and more. Stream and download it below.
“Like Whaaat” has enjoyed a comfortable rise since being released last summer. It’s become one of Problem’s most known hits, and even Diddy decided to debut his pointless Jet dance while the song played. So, on the remix he aims for the big names that are currently killing radio and clubs, with the exception of Master P. Download The Separation now. Problem Ft. Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, Tyga & Master P – Like Whaaat (Remix) Previously: French Montana Ft. Problem, Crooked I, Dizzy Wright & Game – Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Remix) Follow @SermonsDomain
The Louie V Mob put on the ski masks and go riding in the video for “Take A Ride” over Future’s “Homicide” beat. They also gathered up a bunch of folks for the good old fashioned shot that finds the three rapping in front of a mob. Directed by Fresh Start Productions. New World Order is available below. Previously: Mixtape: Louie V Mob (Master P, Alley Boy & Fat Trel) – New World Order Follow @SermonsDomain
It’s been less than a month since we got Master P’s Al Capone mixtape, which featured a large portion of Louie V Mob songs. New World Order is the first official effort between the three. The work ethic has to be appreciated. They all have something to prove; Master P trying to show us he can still do this; Alley Boy and Fat Trel further establishing their names and growing buzz. Notable guest features are scarce outside of them but there’s an appearance from E-40, Gucci Mane, Eastwood and a couple others.