Both Diddy and his son, Christian Combs, make history as the first father and son to have records topping the Billboard Charts.


Jermaine Dupri has declared that the much-talked-about battle between his So So Def family and Diddy's Bad Boy Records for VERZUZ is on. He made the announcement while appearing at the One Music Fest in Atlanta over the weekend, but did not give a date on when it would take place.

R&B group 112 was back again but is now off again. Two members of the quarter have left the group. 

Craig Mack, a rapper who hailed from Long Island, New York and found fame in the 90s as part of Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, has died. The details surrounding his death were not known when the news first broke, but new information is beginning to emerge.

Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs is postponing the Bad Boy Reunion Tour for a week after suffering a shoulder injury.

The world has witnessed Bad Boy Records grow from an upstart label led by a brash young mogul named Sean “Diddy” Combs develop into a worldwide brand. In honor of its 20th anniversary, the label is dropping a box set that captures it multitude of greatest hits from the likes of the Notorious BIG, Ma$e, Total, […]

In the nearly 20 years since Tupac Shakur’s still unsolved murder, several theories have been thrown out about who was responsible. The latest can be found in the new documentary, Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders.

It’s 2015, and Sean “Diddy” Combs is still a force in the music industry. The mogul’s Bad Boy Entertainment is partnering with Epic Records to distribute Bad Boy Records, including the release of Diddy’s next two albums. 

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.