Bad Boy Records Documentary “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop” Will Debut In April

The Bad Boy Records Reunion Shows sold out in a half hour when they first went up on sale. Puff had a documentarian document the two live shows and now we’re getting a documentary based around them and the storied iconic record label’s first 20 years.


(Video) Diddy Highlights Jay-Z At Bad Boy Family Reunion Concert

This weekend is The Bad Boy Reunion, an event that will be taking place to highlight talent that came through Diddy’s Bad Boy Records that was founded in 1993. Jay-Z makes a surprising appearance at the first night of the family reunion, and Diddy highlights him by announcing his respect.


(Photo + Video) Diddy’s Son, Christian Combs, Is The New Face Of Bad Boy Records After Signing A Deal On His Birthday

Looks like Diddy is signing someone new to Bad Boy. Diddy went to Instagram to announce a “NEW DEAL ALERT!!!” sharing some big news that his youngest son, Christian Combs, will now be apart of his fathers record label. Check out the rest of this story after the jump.


(Photo) Biggie’s Signed Bad Boy Contract Set To Be Auctioned Off

If you live Hip-Hop and have your coins in order you just might be able to be the proud new owner of the Notorious B.I.G’s signed Bad Boy Contract. The site Paddle8, who is known for auctioning off rare documents and music collectibles will be offering up what could be called one of the most important pieces of paper in the history of hip-hop and it doesn’t stop there. Hit the jump for more.


(Video) Dope! Lil Cease Visits Biggie’s Old Block 20 Years After ‘Ready To Die’

On September 13th, 1994, Biggie Smalls released one of the greatest rap albums in the world. To pay homage to Ready To Die, Lil’ Cease hit up Biggie’s old stomping grounds in Brooklyn on St. James Place and Fulton. He reminisced on all the old memories he and Big shared. Peep the video below. It’s all good, baby, baby!


(Video) Diddy & Mase Talk The Makings Of Their Epic Hit ‘Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down’!

Diddy and Mase have taken to the latest edition of Complex’s ‘Magnus Opus’ series to reminisce on one of their classic collaborations in 1997, ‘Can’t Hold Me Down’. Puff deatild sampling ‘The Message’ in the song, instantly liking the record and wanting to put his voice on it! It was “the experiment that turned into a legendary formula.” Check out their full response here!


(Video) 17 Years Ago Today, Biggie’s ‘Life After Death’ Album Was Released

Some rappers make music, and others make classics that will continue to get played five years, ten years, twenty years, and so on after it has been put out. Notorious B.I.G. was one of those artists that made timeless tracks that will be played forever. Exactly 17 years ago today on March 25, 1997, Biggie’s second and final studio album entitled “Life After Death” was released just a few weeks after his fatal last day on March 9th. When thinking about a good definition for “hip-hop,” this simply legendary double-disc album is the perfect thing to define the genre of music as a whole. Christopher Wallace will continue to go down in history as one of the top dawgs to ever do this rap thing, making it on almost everyone’s “Top 5 Dead or Alive” lists. Check out REVOLT TV’s tribute to the influential rapper below. RIP Big.


King Los Admits Leaving Bad Boy Records Had Nothing To Do With Diddy

I’m guessing the second time is the charm. During his listening party for the March 24 release of, Zero Gravity II, King Los discusses with XXL, his departure for Bad Boy Records for time number two. All-in-all, it had nothing to do with Diddy, but all with himself. Find out the deets after the jump.


Bad Boy Records Closing Down?

For the last few months, word on the rumor mill is that Diddy will be shutting down Bad Boy Records. As far as the longtime label’s employees, some are said to have been laid off, while others he has shifted around to his many other ventures, including Ciroc/Blue Flame Agency, Revolt TV and his newly acquired Tequila. But what about the artists? So far, reports state that French Montana and Janelle Monae are going to be absorbed into Bad Boy’s distributor Interscope Records, while there has been no information given on Machine Gun Kelly, Red Cafe, his girlfriend Cassie (who I’m sure will be fine regardless,) Los or YouTube sensation Megan Nicole…who we didn’t hear a thing from after she signed, but whatever.


Mary J. Blige $200k Free Of Debt !!

The Queen herself, Ms. Mary J. Blige!


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