P. The Politician’s brother Justice was sentenced to an 8 year prison sentence at the age of 17. Justice was the best rapper that P had ever heard. He decided to start a record label in preparation for his brother’s release. In 2004, P started Behind Bars Entertainment.
During the course of his brother’s incarceration, the label grew artists came and went. By the time Justice was released, his interests were elsewhere. P now had the know how to run a small record label, so he decided that If his brother wasn’t going to be an artist, then the next best person that he could depend on was himself. P had been rapping all of his life, but when his brother decided to focus on other things, he decided it was time to do it himself.
The current project that P is releasing is entitled “Politically Correct”. This features P and his label mate, Caceeno. It is a duet project that talks about the current social issues going on in the world from the perspective of an African American male who grew up in the South.
The duo decided to put together this project in a similar fashion to “Only Built For Cuban Lynx” by Raekwon & Ghostface Killah. Caceeno and P lyrically go back and forth on quite a few tracks in the same manner, so they figured they would put out the music in the same manner as well. P and Caceeno have currently released two of the four videos for this project: “Cash N Out” and “Twelve Twelve Fourteen”. They will end the run for this project with the last two videos for “Cream” and “Boy Ya Hot”, followed up by Caceeno’s debut project, in May 2016. @pthepolitician https://www.facebook.com/pthe.politician