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Master P Says He Almost Signed Eminem, Tupac, T.I. And Nas

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Master P's No Limit Records was one of the biggest label in the game in the late '90s and heading into the 21st Century.

According to Master P, it was almost one of the biggest labels ever. In an interview with HipHopDx, P detailed how many of the legends of the time came to him and asked about getting with No Limit -- like Snoop Dogg had after he left Death Row.

"Anybody you can think of called me for advice or thinking ‘What can I do to get with No Limit," P says. "From Eminem, to T.I. to anybody you could think of, we done had that conversation where they wanted to be with No Limit. It was sad, but [2Pac] was thinking 'What could I do?' Same thing with Snoop Dogg. People started checking for us because they knew we was making money. They know we was printing money. They making money now. We was printing money. Everybody reached out. Nas came. Everybody reached out."
Granted, P may have had an inflated view of Eminem, T.I. Tupac and Nas's actual interest. But if even half of them had come, it could have altered the path of Hip Hop history.

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