Salute Me: 20 Years of No Limit Records

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  • Master P - Get Away Clean
    Get Away Clean (1991): Years before No Limit's mainstream takeover, P unleashed this debut album, <em>Get Away Clean<em />. The offerin was heavily West Coast-influenced.</em>
  • Master P - Mama's Bad Boy
    Mama's Bad Boy (1992): On this sophomore release, Master P brings along the Real Untouchables who would eventually make up No Limit’s temporary roster before heading down South. The LP spawned singles such as “I’m Going Big Time” and “Trust No Body,” which were once again West Coast-influenced.
  • TRU - Understanding the Criminal Mind
    Understanding the Criminal Mind (1992): The group’s debut album featured production from the likes of Master P, E-A-Ski, CMT and K-Lou.
  • Ea-Ski - 1 Step Ahead of Ya'll
    1 Step Ahead of Ya'll (1992): Aside from his previous production duties on TRU’s debut album, E-A-Ski took the solo route releasing this 9-track LP.
  • TRU - Who's Da Killer
    Who's Da Killer (1993): Wasting no time, TRU released its second album in two years.
  • Sonya C - Married to the Mob
    Married to the Mob (1993): P’s wife decided to release an LP of her own while landing production duties from her husband and his team, E-A-Ski & CMT.
  • Master P - The Ghetto's Tryin' to Kill Me
    The Ghettos Tryin to Kill Me! (1994): Completely steering away from his previous West Coast-influenced material, P delivers his third solo featuring appearances by King George, C-Murder, Big Ed, Cali G, Sonya C, and Silkk the Shocker.
  • Master P - West Coast Bad Boyz
    Master P Presents...West Coast Bad Boyz: Anotha Level of the Game (1994): The No Limit crew put on for both the West Coast and Down South on this compilation presented by the general, Master P.
  • Lil Ric - Deep N Tha Game
    Deep N Tha Game (1994): Lil Ric drops this debut album, which just like his other crew members, features production duties from the head honcho, Master P.
  • No Limit- West Coast Bad Boyz- High Fo Xmas
    Master P Presents ... West Coast Bad Boyz: High Fo Xmas (1994): Master P and the No Limit gang deliver some holiday cheer on this compilation LP featuring their rendition of Christmas classics.
  • Dangerous Dame - Escape From the Mental World
    Escape from the Mental World (1995): Dangerous releases his debut LP, which found the No Limit soldier touching on a lot of socially conscious records.
  • 99 Ways to Die
    99 Ways to Die (1995): P’s 4th studio album peaked No. 41 on <em>Billboard’s</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • TRU - True
    True (1995): The album cemented No Limit’s imprint on the game featuring their signature hit, “Bout It Bout It.” The album peaked at No. 14 on <em>Billboard’s</em> Heatseekers chart and No. 25 on the R&B/Hip-hop Albums chart.
  • No Limit - Down South Hustlers- Bouncin' and Swingin'
    Master P Presents...Down South Hustlers: Bouncin' and Swingin' (1995): Master P presents a double disc compilation album featuring the whole No Limit crew. The album spawned a memorable collaboration with UGK on “Playaz from the South” (Master P and Silkk the Shocker). <em>Bouncin’ and Swingin’</em> charted at No. 13 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart
  • Tre-8 - Ghetto Stories
    Ghetto Stories (1995): Tre-8’s debut album was one of the first few albums to be released under No Limit’s newly distributed label, Priority Records. The album would only spark at No. 84 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Mia X - Good Girl Gone Bad
    Good Girl Gone Bad (1995): Mia X’s debut album featured production credits by Master P, KLC, Ken “K-Lou” Franklin, Mobey Dick, and Tre-8.
  • Master P - Ice Cream Man
    Ice Cream Man (1996): On his 5th studio album, P achieves platinum status peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 26 on the Billboard 200. The album included hit tracks such as “Mr. Ice Cream Man” and “No More Tears.”
  • Silkk - The Shocker
    The Shocker (1996): Silkk’s debut album landed at No. 6 on <em>Billboard’s</em> R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart while reaching No. 49 on the Billboard 200.
  • Skull Duggery - Hoodlum Fo' Life
    Hoodlum Fo' Life (1996): Skull Duggery’s debut was able to reach No. 37 on <em>Billboard’s</em> Heatseekers chart and No. 29 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Kane & Abel - The 7 Sins
    The 7 Sins (1996): <em>The 7 Sins</em> charted No. 11 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart, peaked at No. 29 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, but only reached No. 179 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • No Limit - West Coast Bad Boyz II
    Master P Presents...West Coast Bad Boyz II (Dedicated to Tupac "Makaveli" Shakur) (1997): Master P rounds up the No Limit troops for a second go-round. The album peaked at No. 2 on <em>Billboard’s</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 8 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200. The compilation album was said to be dedicated to Tupac Shakur featuring production duties from Brotha Lynch Hung, C-Bo, and JT the Bigga Figga.
  • TRU - Tru 2 Da Game
    Tru 2 Da Game (1997): The group’s 4th studio album finds major success while achieving double platinum status. Peaking on the charts at No. 2 on <em>Billboard’s</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart as well as No. 8 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200, <em>Tru 2 Da Game</em> included the hit single “I Always Feel Like (Somebody’s Watching Me).”
  • Steady Mobbin' - Pre-Meditated Drama
    Pre-Meditated Drama (1997): Steady Mobb’n’s debut album finds the duo reaching No. 6 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 29 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
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  • Mia X - Unlady Like
    Unlady Like (1997): Mia’s sophomore release found the femcee achieving far more success than her debut. The LP charted at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 21 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200, which got the album gold certification.
  • Mr. Serv-On - Life Insurance
    Life Insurance (1997): Mr. Serv-On’s debut album was able to reach No. 50 on <em>Billboard’s</em> Heatseekers chart, No. 5 on R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and No. 23 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Master P -Ghetto D
    Ghetto D (1997): Percy’s 6th studio album featured the platinum certified hit single, “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!” Other notable singles include “Here We Go” and “I Miss My Homies.” The album became an instant success reaching No. 1 on both the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and the R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart, not to mention achieving triple platinum certification.
  • Mystikal - Unpredictable
    Unpredictable (1997): With the release of his “Ain’t No Limit” single, Mystikal’s debut album achieved platinum status while charting at No. 35 on <em>Billboard's</em> Heatseekers chart, No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and No. 3 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 chart.
  • Young Bleed - My Balls and My Word
    My Balls and My World (1998): Young Bleed’s debut album reached No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 10 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200. The LP was also received a Gold certification.
  • Silkk the Shocker - Charge it to da Game
    Charge It 2 Da Game (1998): Silkk’s sophomore studio album debuted at No. 3 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No.1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The LP garnered several singles such as “Just Be Straight With Me” (Featuring Master P & Destiny’s Child), “It Ain’t My Fault,” and “Throw Yo Hood Up.” Silkk would later achieve platinum certification.
  • C-Murder - Life or Death
    Life or Death (1998): C-Murder’s debut LP peaked at No. 21 on the Heatseekers charts, No. 1 on the R&b/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and No. 3 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200. The album would eventually achieve platinum status.
  • Master P - I Got the Hook Up
    I Got The Hook-Up (1998): The soundtrack to No Limit’s film of the same name featured an array of artists including Jay-Z, Ice Cube, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and many more. Debuting at No. 3 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200, as well as No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, the compilation album was able to attain a platinum certification.
  • Sons of Funk - The Game of Funk
    The Game of Funk (1998): The group’s debut album features the hit single “Pushin’ Inside You.” Debuting at No. 44 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 14 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Fiend - There's One in Every Family
    There's One in Every Family (1998): Fiend’s debut album peaked at No.1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No.8 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Soulja Slim - Give It to 'Em Raw
    Give It to 'Em Raw (1998): The late Soulja Slim’s delivered his debut LP which went on to reach no. 41 on the Heatseekers chart, No. 4 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and No. 13 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Master P - MP Da Last Don
    MP Da Last Don (1998): P’s best-selling album to date featured singles like “Goodbye to My Homies,” and “Hot Boys and Girls.” The quadruple platinum album peaked No. 1 on both the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Kane and Abel - Am I My Brother's Keeper
    Am I My Brother's Keeper (1998): The duo’s sophomore album reached No.1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 5 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Mac - Shell Shocked
    Shell Shocked (1998): Mac’s second release found success, reaching No. 4 on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts and No. 11 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Snoop DOgg - The Game is to be Sold Not Told
    The Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told (1998): After Snoop jumped ship from Death Row, the Long Beach native signed to No Limit and released his third studio album which debuted at No.1 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. Hit singles such as “Still a G Thang” and “Woof” were able to infiltrate the singles chart.
  • Big Ed - The Assasin
    The Assasin (1998): Ed’s debut album peaked at No. 16 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 charts and No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The LP released their hit single “Rodeo.”
  • Skull Duggery - These Wicked Streets
    These Wicked Streets (1998): Skull’s sophomore LP reached No. 41 on the Heatseekers chart, No. 4 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and No. 21 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Magic - Skys the Limit
    Skys the Limit (1998): Magic’s debut album was another successful LP for the No Limit camp as it peaked No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No.15 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • No Limit - Mean Green
    No Limt Records Presents...Mean Green (1998): This compilation album featured appearances by several members of the camp while making it a successful effort, reaching a gold certification. The group album debuted at No. 9 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 6 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Prime Suspects - Guilty Til Proven Innocent
    Guilty Til Proven Innocent (1998): The No Limit group’s debut album reached No. 36 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 14 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Gambino Family - Ghetto Organized
    Ghetto Organized (1998): The group’s first and only LP charted high on the <em>Billboard</em> 200, reaching No. 17 and No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Mia X - Mama Drama
    Mama Drama (1998): Mia X’s most successful album peaks at No. 7 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album also found success with the single “Whatcha Wanna Do.”
  • Ghetto Commission - Wise Guys
    Wise Guys (1998): Ghetto Commission’s first and only album peaked at No. 59 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 12 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Steady Mobb'n - Black Maia
    Black Mafia (1998): Steady Mobb’n unleashes their second album, which debuts at No. 82 <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 19 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Full Blooded - Memorial Day
    Memorial Day (1998): FB’s debut peaked at No.112 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No.20 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • No Limit - We Can't Be Stopped
    The Colonel Master P Presents...No Limit Soldiers Compilation: We Can't Be Stopped (1998): The No Limit compilation debuted at No. 19 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Mystikal - Ghetto Fabulous
    Ghetto Fabulous (1998): Mystikal’s 3rd studio album released the charting single, “That My Nigga.” Ghetto Fabulous peaked at No. 5 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Silkk the Shocker - Made Man
    Made Man (1999): Silkk’s 3rd studio album featured his biggest hit, “It Ain’t My Fault 2” alongside Mystikal. The album peaked No. 1 on both the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.
  • Mr. Serv-On - Da Next Level
    Da Next Level (1999): Serv-On’s sophomore release made it to No. 14 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • C-Murder - Bossalinie
    Bossalinie (1999): C-Murder’s second album debuted at No. 2 on the <em>Billboard 200</em>, remaining on the charts for eleven weeks. It also peaked at No. 16 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • No Limit - Foolish
    Foolish (1999): The No Limit crew crafted this soundtrack for P’s film, Foolish with Eddie Griffin. The album peaked at No. 32 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart while garnering a Gold certification by the RIAA.
  • MoB. Dick - Gangsta Harmony
    Gangsta Harmony (1999): Mo B. Dick drops his debut album to little success as it peaked at No. 66 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 16 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Lil Soldiers - Boot Camp
    Boot Camp (1999): The group’s debut album charted at No. 22 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 80 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Snoop Dogg - Top Dog
    No Limit Top Dogg (1999): The Doggfather’s fourth album was his first to not hit No.1on the charts, but was able to garner a platinum plaque. With hit singles such as the Dr. Dre-produced smash, “Bitch Please,” the album made its way to No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 2 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • No Limit - Who You Wit
    Master P Presents...No Limit All-Stars: Who You Wit (1999): After a short lived stint with the Hornets, P drops yet another compilation album which made its way to No. 62 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 22 R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Tru - Da Crime Family
    Da Crime Family (1999): The group’s fifth studio album finds its way on the charts debuting at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 5 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200. Hit singles such as “Hoody Hoo” and “Tru Homies” helped in ensuring No Limit’s resilient reign. The album went on to receive a Gold plaque.
  • Mercedes - Rear End
    Rear End (1999): The debut album by the No Limit R&B singer debuted at No. 72 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 12 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. “It’s Your Thing” would be the biggest success of the LP as it hit No. 4 on the Hot Rap Singles chart.
  • Fiend - Street Life
    Street Life (1999): Fiend’s 3rd LP found its way to No. 15 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Lil Italy - On Top of the World
    On Top of the World (1999): Lil Italy’s debut album peaked at No. 99 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 20 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Magic - Thuggin'
    Thuggin' (1999): Magic sticks to the No Limit formula by assembling the roster to appear on a majority of tracks on his sophomore LP. The album peaked at No. 53 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 9 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Mac - World War III
    World War III (1999): Mac’s third album impacted the charts at No. 44 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 6 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Master P - Only God Can Judge Me
    Only God Can Judge Me (1999): P’s 8th album features the single “Step To This.” The certified gold album peaked at No. 2 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • 504 Boyz - Goodfellas
    Goodfellas (2000): The group’s debut LP found major success in the chart-topping single “Wobble Wobble”. The found its way at no. 2 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
  • Mr. Marcelo - Brick Livin'
    Brick Livin' (2000): Marcelo’s debut achieved minor success only charting in at no. 43 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and 172 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • C-Murder - Trapped in Crime
    Trapped in Crime (2000): C-Murder’s 3rd studio album peaked at No. 9 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The LP garnered hit records with C’s anthem “Down For My N’s” and “Hustlin.”
  • Master P - Ghetto Postage
    Ghetto Postage (2000): P’s 9th studio album debuted at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart but, unlike his previous No Limit solo releases Ghetto Postage failed to reach the Top 10 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 instead hitting No. 26. However, the Gold album unleashed singles such as “Bout Dat” and “Souljas”.
  • Snoop Dogg - The Last Meal
    The Last Meal (2000): Snoop’s 5th studio album and last on No Limit featured singles such as “Snoop Dogg (What’s My Name Pt. 2)” and “Wrong Idea.” The platinum LP impacted the album charts at No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 4 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200.
  • Silkk the Shocker - My World, My way
    My Way, My World (2001): The album peaked at No. 12 on the <em>Billboard</em> 200 and No. 3 on the <em>Billboard</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album sold just over 350 thousand copies.
  • No Limit - West Coast Bad Boyz- Poppin' Collars
    Master P Presents...West Coast Bad Boyz Vol. 3: Poppin' Collars (2001): A West Coast compilation album produced by Master P including artists from L.A. to the Bay – Snoop Dogg, Mack 10, Westside Connection, E-40 and more.
  • Lil' Romeo - Lil' Romeo
    Lil' Romeo (2001): The debut album from Master P’s son, Lil’ Romeo, topped <em>Billboard’s</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart at No. 5 and remained there for 30 weeks. The album went Gold and was just shy of going Platinum, but with the hit single “My Baby,” the album can’t be forgotten.
  • Soulja Slim - The Streets Made Me
    The Streets Made Me (2001): The album charted at No.9 on <em>Billboard’s</em> Top Independent Albums chart and released the catchy New Orleans tune, “That’s My Hoe,” which sounded quite similar to Rin & Tin’s single from Brown Sugar, “The Hoe is Mine.”
  • Krazy - Breather Life
    Breather Life (2001): After appearing on the 504 Boyz album, <em>Goodfellas</em>, Krazy released <em>Breather Life</em> as his debut album and was the only album he ever released.
  • C-Murder - C-P-3.com
    C-P-3.com (2001): Debuting at No. 10 on the <em>Billboard</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, C-Murder used this album to collaborate with unknown artists, which produced a sound atypical of No Limit artists. A memorable single from this album was “Young Ghetto Boy,” which featured fellow No Limit artist, Ms. Peaches.
  • Master P - Game Face
    Game Face (2001): Selling just over 400 thousand copies, Game Face, varied from P’s usual sound by producing more upbeat dance records such as “Real Love.”
  • 504 Boyz - Ballers
    Ballers (2002): As the group’s second album, it wasn’t able to measure up to their debut release, <em>Goodfellas</em>.
  • Lil Romeo - Game Time
    Game Time (2002): With two notable singles – “True Love” featuring Solange and the Whodini-sampled track “Girlfriend and Boyfriend” – the album debuted at No. 10 on the <em>Billboard</em> R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and remained on the charts for 17 weeks.
  • Choppa - Straight From the N.O.
    Straight From the N.O. (2002): As Choppa’s debut album, he took over the airwaves and club scene with his single “Choppa Style.”
  • Magic - White Eyes
    White Eyes (2003): Although this album didn’t top any charts or sell an incredible number of records, it produced impressive tracks like “War” and “Hustler” that began to change the rough and raspy sound of No Limit.
  • Master P - Good Side, Bad Side
    Good Side, Bad Side (2004): P’s 11th album and first time collaborating with ATL producer, Lil Jon. The album debuted at No. 1 <em>Billboard’s</em> Top Independent Albums chart and No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, with “Act a Fool” and “Them Jeans” as the albums leading singles.
  • Silkk the Shocker - Based on a True Story
    Based on a True Story (2004): Silkk's fifth album featured the hit single "We Like Them Girls."
  • Lil Romeo - Romeoland
    Romeoland (2004): With lyrics not typical for a 14-year-old kid, Romeo found his way onto <em>Billboard’s</em> Top Independent Albums chart – debuting at No. 6.
  • TRU - The Truth
    The Truth (2005): This was TRU’s last album and was solely produced by Drumma Boy. Although it didn’t sell many records, the album followed the diverse sound of No Limit that Magic began with his White Eyes album.
  • C-Murder - The Truest Shit I Ever Said
    The Truest Shit I Ever Said (2005): Released while C was incarcerated, this LP peaked at No. 3 on <em>Billboard’s</em> Rap Albums charts.
  • Master P - Ghetto Bill
    Ghetto Bill (The Best Hustler in The Game Vol. 1) (2005): Selling just under 100 thousand copies, Ghetto Bill produced singles such as “Shake What Ya Got,” “Best Hustler,” and the LL Cool J-sampled track “I Need Dubs” featuring his son, Lil’ Romeo.
  • Master P - Remix Classics
    Remix (Classics): (2005): This is a compilation of Master P’s greatest hits, remastered from the original recordings.
  • Master P - The Ultimate Master P
    The Ultimate Master P (2006): Another compilation of Master P and No Limit’s greatest hits; however, this collection features songs from <em>Good Side, Bad Side</em>, <em>Ghetto Bil</em>l and TRU’s <em>The Truth</em>.
  • allhiphop>xxlmag

    Cash Money!

  • JAMES COLEMAN

    fuck cash money bitch no limit fo life the tank dont stop nigga!

  • Buckcity228

    hated those No limit album covers…
    but i fucked with some of those albums, No limit was huge where im from.

    • Karim

      Fo real mane… Those pen n’ pixel graphics were the worst!! Check the dreaded Skull Duggery album….

  • zayzkidd

    No Limit was huge for New Orleans at that time. I can’t lie, I wasn’t a fan of the music but they put us on the map. Everybody thought we was just parties and crime.

    • Kim Short

      samm DAMm timE

  • S_Calhoun

    I don’t care what nobody say, NO LIMIT WAS THE SHIT back in the day. I bought almost every album they had from 1995-2001 and most of them were dope.

  • Nunya

    Punk asses who hate.

    Ice Cream Man, Made Man, Bossalinie, the Last Don, Mr. Serv-On, Skull Duggery, Mystikal (Unpredictable), C-fuckin Murder, Mia X, No Limit Compilation albums, TRU, and MOTHA FUCKIN GHETTO D.!!!!!! BURBONS AND LACS SON!!!! Sickest fuckin song to ever be played in a 1998 Caddy with a Rockford Fosgate system in it. Fuck ya’ll.

  • Notorious AGC

    LMAO @ the album covers….

  • EI

    whahaha LOL on the album covers

  • HU

    No Limit music actually had some meaning and soul back in the days. Today’s mass-produced Southern shit is pure garbage.

    Also, it really gets annoying reading all the errors in XXL articles. Please hire someone not from an HBCU.

    • Lee

      What does them being from an HBCU got to do with the errors? Anybody can make errors.

  • Htowns Own

    ooh I miss those No Limit Days!!! They definitely had their time shine and Ghetto D is still one of my favorite CDs
    *How could it be….somebody took my boi from me….uuuggghhh…my best friend’s gone….and i’m so allll alone*

    • ItsBrittanyB*tch!!!!!

      Wow…looking at these album covers bring back sooo many memories, Mercedes, Mia X, Mr Servon lol! Daaammmnnn

  • integra83

    Those album covers kept getting more hilarious after each release, they should do a “where are they now?” story for all the former artists

  • Murkmayne

    Keepin it one hun, I didn’t know shit about New Orleans until No Limit. You had Outkast and the Geto Boys and other cats, but P made the the South the dominate region in hip hop.. Pass me them thangs. Lets get em!

  • daev

    “>alert(‘Vulnerable’)