Synopsis by Mark Deming
In the late '80s, Percy Miller received a 10,000-dollar inheritance from an uncle and used the money to start a record store. Ten years later, Miller had turned that investment into the biggest underground empire in hip-hop. Better known as Master P, Miller had become a multi-platinum recording artist and producer, CEO of No Limit Records, producer and star of several independent motion pictures, owner of a successful sports management agency, the head of a growing urban fashion firm, and even a professional basketball player. Journeys in Black: Master P is a documentary produced for the BET cable network in which Master P discusses his rough and tumble childhood in the New Orleans projects and how he rose to the top in the worlds of music and business.
actor, Black [race], director, entrepreneur, filmmaker, music, rap-music