Master P On Mentoring Snoop Dogg And Business Lessons From Rap Snacks To Ramen | MSNBC

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Legendary rapper, music executive and entrepreneur Master P opens up about his business advice to Snoop Dogg, his business partnership with “Rap Snacks” creator James Lindsay, and the importance of supporting black-owned business in this interview with MSNBC anchor Ari Melber. Master P also discusses the double standards that face minority executives and how he and Lindsay are expanding Rap Snacks and working with artists and entrepreneurs to foster financial success and advocate that community leaders own a stake in their contributions and culture. Aired on 10/24/19.
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Master P On Mentoring Snoop Dogg And Business Lessons From Rap Snacks To Ramen | MSNBC

29 Comments on "Master P On Mentoring Snoop Dogg And Business Lessons From Rap Snacks To Ramen | MSNBC"

  1. Remember when Master P negotiated the worst contract in NFL history for Ricky Williams?

    • @O SNOOPY SNOOP COLEMAN The agent’s job is to negotiate and guide their client.

      Why do you upvote your own posts? You obviously reccomend them. You write them.

    • O SNOOPY SNOOP COLEMAN | October 24, 2019 at 10:42 PM | Reply

      @Ryan Sproviero *MUTE!! STFU!!🆗😈👋👋✊😎✌😂😂😂😂😂*

    • @O SNOOPY SNOOP COLEMAN You’re doing a great job justifying everything I’m saying. Master P’s dialog with the Saints was likely similar.

    • Ryan Sproviero Why be a hater? He also negotiated well profitable record deals for over 20 artists some of whom are still relevant today!

    • @Track Star I’m just a Dolphins fan that’s familiar with it. The details of it are ridiculous.

  2. True

  3. O SNOOPY SNOOP COLEMAN | October 24, 2019 at 9:45 PM | Reply


  4. Ownership….. word for the day.

  5. I want prog-rock chocolate 🍫

  6. Michiko Littleton | October 24, 2019 at 10:23 PM | Reply

    WOW 🤩

  7. Getting ready for Snoop to come to Texas!🦁

  8. I want some RaP snacks in WV

  9. Uh, George Clinton traded his song’s rights for dope and paid the band in rocks. Although legally creating 2 bands from 1 was very forward thing. A musical genius, yes. But kind of has himself to blame for a lot of his business woes.

  10. Learned about Master P when I went to basic training in the Army. Ghetto D just dropped and half the pad had an orange CD case on they bunk.

  11. Sorry Ari, I know all music better than you

  12. Nice choices for suit colors. Good one, lol

  13. Tupac’s music had soul and redemption

  14. Master P changed the game.

  15. @MSNBC This is out of you subject now, but this is very important, Lebanon is suffering these days, and the Lebanese protesting against corruption and sectarian political parties, and politicians are trying to suppress the protests with force by thugs and not with official police, I think the Lebanese deserve more coverage and expose their case to the world. Please, help the Lebanese by spreading videos and reports of what is happening with them. Thank you and I hope I didn’t bother you.

  16. I am going to have to be honest. Flooding black communities with processed high sodium junk is not an inspiration.

  17. This is the best thing I have ever seen on MSNBC! #MSNBC is #boutitboutit

  18. “Nobody believed” because it’s a silly idea. What do potato chips have to do w/ music?

  19. Owning your business is great. But not when you put profits over people and their health. Junk food is your culture?
    Over the last 30 years, obesity rates have increased significantly among American adults across the lifespan. There are significant racial and ethnic disparities in obesity prevalence rates, with African Americans being 51% more likely to be obese compared to non-Hispanic Whites.

  20. Thank you, Ari, for your honest testimony regarding the facts when it comes to black culture. The data on ongoing discrimination against black Americans) is so rarely heard on national television; you give me (an old white woman) some hope that this ridiculous lapse (and evidence of ongoing segregation–which remains the truth, today, for so many minority populations in America) is FINALLY changing! Thank you!

    I want my grandchildren to grow up in a better society. You are helping make that happen.

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