Master P talks about his transition from being on the run in Richmond, California, to starting his music career in New Orleans. He talks about “getting his life together” before making the choice to go into the music industry and tell his story. He also talks about losing his brother at young age, and preserving his legacy through his music. He opens up about going through the trials and tribulations of life in the public eye, growing up in a place that was the murder capital of the world and how that affects his outlook on life.

Plus, he talks about his upcoming biopic about his life, “King Of The South: Ice Cream Man The Movie.” He also talks about how being from the projects has molded and motivated him as a man personally and in business. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview on The Ed Lover Show.

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