Master P is an American rapper, record executive, actor, and entrepreneur. In this episode, he shares his thoughts on what corporate America can learn from hip-hop culture. He then talks about his work to get distribution in some of the more competitive spaces on retail shelves across the country, Snoop Dogg, Shaq, and some of his business endeavors. He also weighs in on the future of businesses and answers a few questions from the audience.
If you’re looking to get into corporate America and become the best in your space, this is the episode for you!
[03:55] Master P’s insights on starting from the bottom, marketing as the key to his success, and bridging the gap between hip-hop and corporate America
[10:15] Personalities sell thanks to social media
[13:12] How to get talents to work with brands
[15:58] On Master P’s transition from music to business,
[19:45] What he learned from the types of partnerships he has been able to make
[22:48] On creating ideas, being a blessing to others, and loving what you do
[28:32] What sets great companies apart
[33:32] Master P’s 5-year forecast for companies
[36:58] How to shift from being rich to wealthy and how the Astroworld tragedy will impact the hip-hop industry
[39:40] The accomplishment that Master P is most proud of and the best advice that he has ever received
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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co
Guest: Master P, @MasterPMiller
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