Hip-hop maker and entrepreneur Donald “XL” Robertson was created and raised in Fresh Orleans, home to understand P’s Zero Limit, a label Robertson saw grow from infancy to infamy. He became an in-house maker for No Limit in 1999, and over another two years made an appearance on yellow metal- and platinum-selling albums from Get better at P, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, and C-Murder. His profession using the label was taken to a halt in 2001 whenever a drunk drivers wiped out his 22-year-old sister Traci. XL still left New Orleans for California and began anew, developing XL Productions and dedicating the business to his sister. Over time he’d compose and make strikes like “Nolia Clap” by Juvenile and “Money Time” by Mos Def combined with the theme melody to season among the tv program America’s Best Model. In 2007 he presented his new firm, XL Global Mass media, with digitally distributed singles from HIPHOP Mimi and Actions Figures.