Following an announcement in January about the formation of No Limit Forever Records, Romeo revealed that he's signed a trio of new acts, including a female rapper named Miss Chee.
It's Chee's first solo deal, and she's currently in the studio working with Romeo on a joint mixtape, titled Bonnie & Clyde, as well as a mixtape called Queen of the Streets.
"You can't compare her to nobody, she's different, unique with a lot of talent," said Romeo of his new signee. "She's definitely the next female artist to take over the hip-hop game. She's street, sexy, classy with swagger."
In addition to Chee, No Limit Forever has also inked a deal with Kay-I, an artist/producer, hailing from England of Jamaican and Nigerian descent, as well as Atlanta rapper Oak Tree.
Kay-I traveled to the States to pursue his dream, and No Limit is part of where he sees his future.
"It is an honor to be amongst some of the top music moguls in the business like Master P and Romeo. Together we will change the game again," he said.
As for Oak Tree, the rapper just dropped a new single, titled "The Statement".
With the new signings, Romeo is confident that the new generation of No Limit will be major players in the industry for years to come.
"It doesn't matter who got now, we got next. I learned from the best... the streets is ours. I decided to sign these artists because they are the cream of the crop, reminds me of classic No Limit MCs Mia X, Mystical, and Mac. No Limit Forever... we play to win."
No Limit Forever's roster currently consists of Bengie, Gangsta, Black Don, Valentino, T-Bo, Suni Blac, G5-J, Lil D, Silkk the Shocker and Romeo himself.