New No Limit Films & Film and hip hop music stars Romeo Miller and Percy “Master P” Miller
Former rap star, Percy “Master P” Miller, is a hip hop entrepreneur, actor, filmmaker, activist and father of Romeo Miller and Cymphonique Miller, both music and film stars. Percy Miller’s hip hop record label, No Limit Records, revolutionized the music industry by earning an astounding twelve multi-platinum, ten platinum, and thirteen gold albums to date. Miller has graced the cover of Fortune magazine and has been listed three times on Fortune’s “40 Richest Under 40” list and has also topped Forbes’ “Top List of Highest Paid Entertainers.” He also earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1999 as the “Highest Paid Entertainer in Hip Hop.”
A native of poverty-stricken New Orleans, Miller moved from rapper to filmmaker with his straight to video release, “I’m Bout It” (No Limit Films). Revolutionizing the video industry, the independent release, which he wrote, directed and starred in, sold more than $1 million copies. Miller then went on to star in such Hollywood blockbusters such as Gone in 60 Seconds, alongside Angelina Jolie, Undisputed (with Wesley Snipes),Dark Blue (Kirk Russell) and Hollywood Homicide with Harrison Ford.
Miller’s oldest son, Romeo “Lil Romeo” Miller hit the music scene at age 11. His debut single “My Baby” unseated Michael Jackson’s spot as the youngest solo artist to top the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart with his first single. Romeo is the oldest of 7 Miller children.
Young Miller became the star of, “Romeo!” his own hit Nickelodeon sit com in 2003, which was a favorite on the network for three seasons. He went on to prove himself a serious actor the same year with a leading role in the Universal Picture blockbuster hit, Honey, alongside new Hollywood darling Jessica Alba. The film ranked #1 at the box office and was a sleeper hit of the year.
Romeo Miller and Percy “Master P” Miller
New No Limit Films & Film and hip hop music stars