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Mr. Percy Miller Sr.

Wrong Percy Miller Sr.?

Founder and Chief Executive Offic...

Better Black Television

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Better Black Television
  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    No Limit Entertainment
  • Outright Owner
    No Limit Entertainment
  • Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    P. Miller Enterprises
  • Owner and Founder
    Bout It Inc

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    No Limit Entertainment


  • Merritt Junior College
  • University of Houston
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Viranski, 1 April 2014 [cached]
Mr. Virani is also responsible for the strategic partnership between Viranski and American Icon and business entrepreneur Percy Miller, aka music and entertainment legend MASTER P.
PERCY MILLER- PARTNER & BOARD MEMBER is one of America's most prolific and successful entrepreneurs with over 20 years of business experience. He has founded and presides as CEO of No Limit Entertainment which incorporates No Limit Records, No Limit Clothing, No Limit Film, No Limit Sports Management; and P. Miller Enterprises, an entertainment and financial conglomerate which includes the P.Miller Clothing line that can be found exclusively at Wal-Mart. He is also the founder and CEO of the Better Black TeleVision Network. Mr. Miller has found and funded several community outreach programs such as P. Miller Youth Centers, P. Miller Food Foundation for the Homeless,and serves on the executive board of the Joe John Scholastic Academy, an inner city school. His business exceeds $650 million in annual sales.
Mr. Miller's expertise in business development and strategic direction along with relationships in both clothing distribution and with world renowned celebrities and professional athletes brings immeasurable value to Viranski brand recognition and growth ensuring that all targets are met worldwide. The State of the News Media 2009, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Former Congressman J.C. Watts announced plans for The Black Television News Channel, Grammy-award-winning musician Percy Miller (formerly known as the rapper Master P) announced the launch of Better Black Television, and Robert Johnson, the founder of BET, announced plans for Urban Television.
Miller, who was once listed among the highest-paid entertainers by Forbes Magazine, is the chairman of Better Black Television.
Percy Jayceon Miller (born ... [cached]
Percy Jayceon Miller (born April 29, 1967), better known by his stage name Master P, is an American entertainer and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of P. Miller Enterprises, an entertainment and financial conglomerate and Better Black Television. He is also the founder of No Limit Records, which was relaunched through Priority Records after the label went bankrupt.
We've Got the Hook-Up With Master P, 23 Feb 2002 [cached]
The reigning king of reality rap music and entrepreneur extraordinaire is Percy Miller, better known as Master P. He's an actor, director, film and record producer, who has combined his creative genius and keen business sense to build one of the nation's most powerful entertainment and financial conglomerates.
As a recording artist, Master P is the hottest performer on the No Limit Records label.His ferocious appetite for success has led him to the forefront of the music industry and several other businesses as well.As founder and CEO of No Limit Entertainment, he presides over a business empire that includes No Limit Records Bout It Inc., No Limit Clothing, No Limit Films, No Limit Sports Management, P.M. Properties and Advantage Travel.Master P ranked 10th on Forbes magazine's 1998 list of America's 40 highest paid entertainers with an estimated income of $56.5 million for last year.
Master P grew up in poverty in the Calliope Housing Project in New Orleans.After his mother moved to Richmond, CA, he and his four younger siblings were raised by their paternal grandparents.Determined not to get caught up in the world of a common street hustler, Master P later left New Orleans and moved to Richmond.Once a scholarship athlete at the University of Houston, Master P thought basketball would be his way to a better life.
The film company venture is yet another step in the evolution of Percy Miller from a "street soldier" to one of the wealthiest businessmen in America.For more information on Master P, visit his Web site at:
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Beyond the limit, 15 Jan 2002 [cached]
Percy Miller, aka Master P, drew hundreds of fans to a Metairie record store in December for the release of his new CD, Gameface.The rapper owns No Limit Records, and has sold tens of millions of records.
Percy Miller is one of the wealthiest entertainers in America, but he left a trail of debt in Baton Rouge
The man, born Percy Miller, arrives almost two hours late, entering through a back door and peering over rows of CDs at adoring fans.As Miller and his 12-year-old son, recording artist Lil' Romeo, come into full view, fans cheer.Some grunt Master P's signature, "uuunnnhhh."
Once the Millers reach a makeshift platform, young mothers bring up their toddlers to pose for pictures.Other children get talking Master P dolls as an early Christmas present.Teenage fans press forward with CDs, publicity photos and posters for a coveted Master P autograph before security bouncers usher them away.
The Metairie appearance reaffirms the 31-year-old boss of No Limit Records as a titan in the rap world.
Several business owners are fighting Miller or his companies in court for payment on debts dating back several years to the days when Master P came to Baton Rouge as a cause célèbre and stirred up the Country Club of Louisiana crowd.
Next month, the East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff is scheduled to put three Master P properties on the auction block to settle an unpaid court judgment worth six figures.
The properties include a half-finished recording studio near Airline Highway and Interstate 12 and two small apartment buildings.The 33,000-square-foot studio was to be the crown jewel of the rapper's Baton Rouge business interests.Now, it may slip from his grasp because of an allegedly unpaid bill of $190,000.All this despite Miller's estimated net worth of $249 million by Forbes magazine.
People are asking, if Miller has all this money, why doesn't he pay all his bills?
Howdy, Sheriff
The rumors arrived in Baton Rouge before Percy Miller did.A rapper of filthy lyrics dropped a cool million in cash for a home in Country Club of Louisiana, some of the gated community's residents had heard.So, here come a bunch of wild parties, drugs and drive-bys.
Miller, a master at knowing his audience, arranged an unusual meeting in 1997 around the time he arrived in town along with his posse of friends and relatives.He wanted to meet the sheriff.
State Sen.Melvin "Kip" Holden, whom Miller hired as a local attorney at the time, did the introductions.
Miller also asked how he might help in the community, inquiring about which charities needed money.
Litchfield discouraged Miller from merely throwing around cash.
The sheriff suggested Miller get involved in the community and use his charm and charisma to steer inner-city youth in the right direction.
Brown said he believes Miller made a tacit promise to officials that day to be a straight-shooting resident and local businessman.
Soon after Miller arrived, local business people started reaping handsome profits thanks to No Limit's abundant cash flow.
Miller chose the gated Country Club of Louisiana.There was no real second choice.The exclusive neighborhood offered privacy, security and the luxury Miller and his family could now easily afford.
If Miller didn't know Baton Rouge, Baton Rougeans understood him even less."The Baton Rouge community didn't understand that he was a mega-superstar," Ward said.
Ward said he has not spoken to Miller in more than six months.
The music business is extremely profitable for Miller, in part because he is the outright owner of No Limit, which means he doesn't have to share profits with a major label or parent company.
When he arrived in Baton Rouge, Miller had an estimated income of $50 million in one year alone.More recently, Forbes magazine estimated his net worth at $249 million.
And Miller and Co. were not stingy.
Miller paid cash for his posh home.His brother Corey, known as C-Murder, once tipped a pair of delivery men $200 each for dropping off some rugs.
Miller also spent large sums improving and decorating his house.He hired local interior decorator Cindy Maughan, whose husband, Roy, is Miller's attorney.
Miller installed imported European chandeliers, gold ceilings and marble floors.There were remote-controlled curtains, a home entertainment center stacked with security monitors, and another set of monitors in the bedroom.
There was a fully functional recording studio, an elevator to get to it, and a bedroom suite that boasted a large saltwater aquarium, a gold and jewel encrusted bed, and a master bath with gold faucets.
Miller, his family and associates bought some 50 luxury automobiles from several area car dealerships during their time here, local car dealers said.One year, No Limit gave 10 brand new Chevrolet Camaros at $20,000 each as bonuses to employees.
There were Country Club of Louisiana homes for Master P's brothers, rappers C-Murder (Corey Miller) and Silkk the Shocker (Vyshonne Miller).
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