Hear the all-star cut of “No Limit.”
Romeo–formerly Lil’ “My Dad Is Master P” Romeo, real name Romeo Miller–is going to USC on a basketball scholarship, which is a remarkable acheivement for someone who’s 5’10” and averaged 8.6 points per game in high school. Surely these spoils are the result of hard work and dedication? USC’s coach cynically suggests another reason.
We may have more 11- to 17-year-old girls in the stands than we’ve had in the past.
It’s a hell of an audience, let Clive Davis tell you!
Last we saw Percy Miller, he was decrying the state of post-Imus pop culture before Congress. Now he’s… well, we’re not sure what he’s doing. Except shooting hoops with the KKK.
When it comes to a genre as broad as hip-hop, cutting through the weak beats is a full-time job. In each installment of Mean Muggin’, Ethan Padgett spreads some shine to the cats who deserve it and hates on those who don’t, whether they’re underground or overground, superstar or indie darling. This time out he’s taking it back before the gold tank, riding through the streets of the Bay Area with a pre-crossover Master P.
Following his embarassing blanket apology for past behavior at the congressional hip-hop shenanigans last week (Christ, was it only last week?), Master P is continuing his self-flagellatory quest for hip-hop redemption with his son Romeo and “a unique contest that allows fans to create their own clean hip-hop music video” on Animoto, which offers this awesome, impossible-to-resist enticement: “Why sign up? Because Steven Segal did.” While I couldn’t find any mention of the Master P/Romeo contest, I did take the opportunity to create my own video for Idolator with Animoto’s actually kinda-sorta surprisingly non-annoying to use interface:
As part of his ongoing public self-flagellation for making zillions upon zillions of dollars corrupting ear, eye, and blingholes of America’s best and brightest, Master P took a trip to a North Carolina middle school to personally apologize to the kids for his lyrical misdeeds:
Romeo–the rapper formerly known as Lil’ Romeo, and also known as Percy Miller, son of Master P–will attend USC next year, where he’ll be on the school’s basketball team. From FOX Sports:
“It’s great for him,” said Master P, who coaches his son and Derozan on the P. Miller Ballers in the spring and summer. “USC is a great school and I felt like he made a great decision.”