Another hip-hop vetran wants to bring his life story to the big screen. Master P was one of the foot soldiers holding down the rap scene in New Orleans in the ’90s. Now the No Limit founder and owner is making sure his fans know the real story and isn’t waiting for some major film studio to pick it up either. Find out more about Master P’s autobiographical film after the jump!

Master P is taking it upon himself to release his upcoming biopic. Ice Cream Man: King Of The South will detail P’s come-up in the South and describes how he went from a young buck in the New Orleans trap scene to the business-savvy veteran he is today. The film will focus on his life from the launch of No Limit Records in 1990 in California to his breakthrough success with his fifth studio album The Ice Cream Man in 1996 plus much more. Since P is writing the film himself along with Parde Bridget and Wayne Conley, he could also fuse his former No Limit cohorts Silkk The Shocker, C-Murder, Mystikal, and hopefully the late Soulja Slim into the storyline.

Master P a.k.a Percy Miller isn’t new to the world of film. He made his directorial debut in the 1997 film I’m Bout It and has made appearances in several other films since then. He’s also starred in several TV series as well as his son Romeo Miller’s self-titled show on Nickelodeon. Clearly, Miller is more than capable of putting out his own biopic no matter how biased it may seem. Look out for the film to hit theaters in Spring 2016. Check out the official trailer for Ice Cream Man: King Of The South below.

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