Master P is a firm believer in artists capturing the entrepreneurial spirit and investing in themselves.
Master P, who built the southern record label powerhouse No Limit Records, said he provided his artists luxuries that wouldn’t be afforded to them at most labels.
“I bet you every artist you got out here don’t have a car or a house,” Master P said during an interview with Power 105’s ‘The Breakfast Club.’ “And I never kept a artist’s publishing. Never. I really took care of my artists and gave them stuff that a lot of companies wouldn’t do.”
Master P, whose birth name is Percy Miller, alleges records labels don’t care about their artists.
“If you look at it on the streets right now, these record labels don’t care about you,” the “Make Em Say Ugh” rapper said. “They take you off the streets, let you go home and get killed and don’t care about you. That’s what happens.”
Master P said record labels should have taken better care of the late Whitney Houston.
“Look at Whitney Houston,” Master P said. “You think somebody really cared about her and got up under her and made sure she alright? Nah. Let her go.
“An artist like that shouldn’t be getting high,” he continued. “This yo baby. This somebody that you believe in. And you should be having a relationship. All my artists had a relationship.”
Watch Master P’s Power 105 “The Breakfast Club” interview at 15:00
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