Black people have always lived in the future, but these two men have joined forces to ensure that the community isn’t left out of it.
Jul 26, 2023
Romeo Miller is using his talents to help create a greener future for all.
Jun 27, 2023
It’s no secret that the legendary Master P has the knowledge for days when it comes to lessons of owning your own. Among many things, the rapper turned entrepreneur — born Percy Miller — is an icon. For decades, he has built and maintained an empire that is rooted in remaining true to yourself and trusting God, and he has been bringing his family (and the culture) with him every step of the way. AfroTech sat down with the icon to discuss what the journey to success has looked like for him over the years, advice for the culture, and why his family will always be one of his main values, plus more, ahead of the premiere of his “UNCENSORED” TV One episode.
Mar 18, 2022
TikTok crowned Master P the “master of merchandising” and it’s clear that he’s rightfully earned the title. @cultureunfiltered #stitch with @xbrackishx i’m shook. #fyp #cultureunfiltered #entertainmentnews #ThatCloseMessenger #masterp #merchandising #raptok #merchandising ♬ original sound – CultureUnfiltered | MasaniMusa And for his future business ventures, the mogul is set to take his talents to the next level with the help of technology.
Dec 1, 2021
Fans of Hip-Hop already know that Master P has one of the highest net worths in the industry. But how do the children of Master P measure up? While not a billionaire like Kanye West and Dr. Dre, the No Limit Records founder Master P has a tidy net worth of $200 million. And that net worth comes from more than just music. He set out to create a Black-owned super-car company . He’s even planning on owning an Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the near future. The children of Master P, too, are doing pretty well for themselves. Certainly, their father isn’t shy about sharing wealth. Romeo Miller is frequently involved in his father’s business deals. And just recently, AfroTech reported that Hercy Miller also secured his $2 million bag with the help of his father. While Master P’s children were most likely raised without having to want for anything, none of them are content with coasting by on their father’s success. And, in an interview, Master P made clear that he was...
Aug 19, 2021
Percy Miller — better known as “Master P” — sets a strong example for Black entrepreneurs to follow. His legacy as a businessman has always stressed the importance of Black ownership — preaching about how our community should support Black-owned businesses and build our own independent brands. This week he made another stake for Black businesses promoting his new ramen noodles product, Rap Noodles , with a viral video. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Master P (@masterp) In the video, Miller says “I want to ask ya’ll one thing: Who owns Ramen Noodles? Do ya’ll know? Probably don’t,” as he juxtaposes multi-million dollar company Maruchan Ramen Noodle Soup. “This guy comes over to this country and made a trillion-dollar business,” he added. Miller is only interested in progressing the Black community by pushing his businesses which include his ramen noodles brand sold in chain stores all across the country. “You have to be committed to what you do. Everybody thinks it’s...
May 6, 2020