The Notorious B.I.G.’s recording contract and other documents are going up for sale, and for the first time ever, fans will get a peak at the only known contract signed by the late Brooklyn MC’s before his death.
Former Bad Boy Records artist Trevell “G-Dep” Coleman has been serving time in prison since 2011 after confessing to the 1993 murder of a man he shot during an attempted robbery in Harlem. G-Dep was allowed to leave prison temporarily last week to attend the funeral of his father and reunite with some of his […]
Dylan Dilinjah of MTV’s Making The Band 2 fame has become a punchline thanks to his infamous “Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan” top five quotable. In a new interview, he says his former Da Band mates dropped the ball and passed on the opportunity to work with Kanye West.
Earlier today, we reported about Da Band singer Sara Stokes from the MTV reality series, Making The Band 2 and her struggles with the law. We haven’t heard much from Stokes or the rest of Da Band after their 2003 debut, Too Hot For TV.
Today the late Bad Boy superstar, The Notorious B.I.G., would have been 42-years-old. FADER celebrated the life of a MC many consider the G.O.A.T. by unveiling some never before seen photos from his Ready to Die press run.
Today is the late, great Notorious BIG’s born day. Hip-Hop veteran D-Nice took the time to recall the epic video shoot for the Brooklyn rapper’s “One More Chance.”
Technically, “today” marks the 44th birthday for Sean “Diddy” Combs. But when you’re as ballerific as this Harlem hustler is, you can afford to do anything—including changing your own birthday.
Former Bad Boy Records artist Loon, now known as Amir Muhadith, has been battling a legal matter from his past that came to an unfortunate end this week. After an arrest in November 2011 in Belgium, Muhadith was slapped with drug charges, with the United States requesting he be extradited. On Tuesday (July 16), Muhadith […]
We know what you’re thinking–only 12? Let us explain. Through the years Bad Boy Records has left a number of its former artists in the dire circumstances as Sean “Diddy” Combs and the label he founded moved on. But there are some acts that particularly standout because of their hard knock stories.
It had been a while since we heard new material from Bad Boy artist Cassie, but after whetting appetites with a few quality visuals for “Paradise” and “Numb,” the songstress makes her full return with a mixtape titled, RockaByeBaby.
Pastor Mason Betha has been back on his upteenth comeback attempt and he took his talents to the Sway In The Morning radio show on Shade45.
Ma$e has had an up and down career to say the least. As one of the biggest Hip-Hop artists of the mid 90s, the Harlem rapper had a slew of hit records before he retired to become a pastor.
It’s been a pretty eventful week for Machine Gun Kelly. From Atlanta to New York City, MGK’s been on the road promoting his debut album under Bad Boy/Interscope Records called, Lace Up, as well as smashing the stage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards.