Master P Drops “Al Capone," Music Track After 7 Years Of Not Releasing Any Music-(Music)
New Orleans, Louisiana Hip-Hop pioneer Master P is hosting a red carpet release party for his new mix tape “Al Capone” tonight (January 17) in Hollywood.
The mixtape, which was released today, is Master P’s first official release in over seven years.
“Al Capone” features a variety of A-list rappers, including Game, Chief Keef, Meek Mill, Alley Boy, Fat Trel, Kirko Bangz and others.
“This is history in the making twice. I already made history once with No Limit and we’re about to do it again in 2013,” Master P said. “How many people can say they’ve made history twice? That’s why it’s called ‘Al Capone.’ As he did, ‘The world’s most dangerous record company’ will do it again.”
Master P and company are hosting the “Al Capone” mixtape release party at The Roxbury tonight, that’s expected to feature a performance by Louie V, which consists of Master P, Alley Boy and Fat Trel.
“They remind me of myself – their talent and work ethic. They’re both underrated and the underdogs just like I was my whole life,” Master P. said. “I feel they’re the best in the game right now and we’re about to expose it.”