Master P is making some major moves outside of his music, as he has been for the past few years, and now he's gearing up to release his first-ever documentary. The No Limit CEO is set to drop his I Had a Dream documentary next year on Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Jan. 15, 2018.

The documentary is slated to cover Percy Miller's career from the 1990s up until the present time, showing off his reinvention over the years from his childhood and his music career as he became one of the biggest hip-hop moguls. He also hopes the new film will display how he and his No Limit crew were able to change the way people perceive Southern hip-hop culture.

Not only will fans and viewers be able to see footage from his No Limit Solider Reunion Tour with Mystikal, Silkk The Shocker and Mia X, but there will also be clips from his set at the 2017 Essence Music Festival in his home city of New Orleans, where he brought out Snoop Dogg and Trina.

Master P has been working on a slew of different projects in the last year alone, as the Ice Cream Man recruited his Team HOPE organization in New Orleans to host his celebrity basketball game at the Essence Festival, which gave away scholarships to 10 inner-city students. He also got together with Kodak Black to talk with kids.

Stay tuned for more updates on Master P's I Had a Dream documentary to see what's in store and peep a promo clip below.

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