Master P Net Worth
Master P net worth: Master P is an American rap mogul, entrepreneur and film producer who has a net worth of $200 million. In the late 90s Master P built a well diversified business empire empire that included several rap labels, a clothing line, a management company, a high end travel agency, a film production company, a video game company and even a phone sex line. His most notable and likely most successful endeavor has been No Limit Records which pioneered the Southern Rap sound and has sold over 80 million records worldwide. In 1998 alone, Master P's business empire generated more than $160 million.
Master P has so many careers it would be difficult to narrow it down to two or three. His net worth has been accumulated through many different revenue channels, including his work as a rapper, an entrepreneur, and sometimes an actor. P is best known for his hit single "Make 'Em Say Uhh!". P has been fairly prolific in the world of hip-hop. He has regularly released and produced music since his 1991 debut album entitled Get Away Clean. Since then, P has released a variety of albums to varying degrees of success. Some of the more popular albums include Mr. Ice Cream Man, Ghetto D, and MP Da Last Don. In addition to his rap albums, Master P has had a little bit of success as an actor. He remains most well known in the acting world for his work on the Nickelodeon children's sitcom Romeo! which he starred as the titular character's father. This was especially fitting considering that Romeo was played by P's real-life son, rapper Lil Romeo. Master P has also had a large measure of success as an investor, including as the founder and CEO of No Limit Entertainment. Master P was born on April 13, 1970 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He launched his rap empire from a tiny record store in Richmond, California (near Oakland).
When Master P's wife Sonya Miller filed for divorce in 2014, she claimed that the rapper owns 31 properties around the country, 13 cars and 45 lucrative companies. She further claimed that No Limit Records was worth $136 million per the company's own audit and that Master P himself was worth $350 million at the peak of his empire. She was seeking 40% of his assets. The divorce was eventually settled on undisclosed terms.