Master P talks about the origins of No Limit Records, the business side of hip-hop, hustle and the next phase of No Limit. This years A3C music festival gave a lot of insight into the digital age and how it is beneficial for up and coming artist and indie labels. Also the marketability of other ways of revenue. With a strong focus on being consistent in the ever changing music industry, artist, managers, and label owners can take a lot from this interview with industry vet Master P. The 2016 A3C Conference saw two music legends dropping jewels on not just their own careers, but also the business of music.
Hundreds gathered as Master P spoke with music critics Maurice Garland and Branden Peters during the special A3C Conversation aptly titled, “There Is No Limit.” On a perfect fall day in Atlanta, the 2016 A3C Festival brought the best in old-school and new school talent together for one of the most highly anticipated stages at this year’s festival. “1996 Presented by Mass Appeal” featured a performances by Redman, Bun B, Too $hort and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, who all released groundbreaking albums in 1996.
Between performances, DJ Kid Capri, Diamond D and more took turns entertaining the crowd alongside host Dres Tha Beatnik. The ATLiens Tribute, lead by Outkast’s own Mr. DJ featured Nappy Roots, Ras Kass and buzzworthy newcomers including Deante Hitchcock, Scotty ATL, Nick Grant, Forte Bowie, Kelechi, Nick Grant, Goldyard and more performing the classic Outkast album in its entirety.