Throughout the late 1990s, New Orleans, Louisiana's New Limit Records gave mainstream Hip Hop hits from the likes of Master P, Silkk The Shocker, Snoop Dogg and Mia X. While the label has been quiet in recent years, the original founder, Master P, announced last month that his son, Romeo would take over.
With Romeo and Silkk as the two lone artists left at No Limit from a decade ago, the 21 year-old announced three signings to launch the "No Limit Forever" period of the company. According to Ballerstatus.com, the trio of acts includes emcee Miss Chee, an Atlanta rapper named Oak Tree, and a Jamaican artist/producer named Kay-I.
In a statement, Romeo said the following, "It doesn't matter who got now, we got next. I learned from the best... the streets is ours. I decided to sign these artists because they are the cream of the crop, reminds me of classic No Limit emcees Mia X, Mystical, and Mac. No Limit Forever... we play to win."