Master P Releases Full Version of His Controversial Video


Master P Releases Full Version of His Controversial Video


Master P released the full clip of 'Gutta Time' and Warning: children and the underage are advised not to view for its adult subject matter.

Master P's controversial music video has hit on-line. The rapper showed the clip for 'Gutta Time' feat. Guttar Boyz aka BBlak, Bengi, Playa, C-Los, and Tank Dog, in full version after releasing its trailer back in 2006.

Since it is credited as controversial, a warning has been stated in the beginning of the five minutes clip saying that racial content is not intended and being artistic is the pure purpose of the video. Children are warned not to view the video that may touch adult subjects.

'Gutta Time' is said to be the first single from his 2006 album 'America's Most Luved Bad Guy' that became his first digital only album.

Apart from working on several mixtapes and new projects, Master P is also developing a video game with actor Seth Green titled Play the Industry that allows its players to act as rapper, agent and power broker to claim their fame. The game is slated to be released in 2009.

Master P, 'Gutta Time':



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