On Monday (August 9), the news went wide and fans on Twitter are expressing sorrow, shock, and sadness for the Washington, D.C. area hitmaker.
Twitter has some reservations about Diddy starting a new R&B music label.
Diddy, the East Harlem rapper's former label chief, posted a loving tribute that was criticized by fans who felt the mogul didn't do enough for his one-time artis
It has been more than a decade since Shyne was signed to Bad Boy, but that's not stopping Diddy from showing his support. On Sunday (Jun 28) Diddy took to Instagram, to offer his support for his former artist, by announcing that Shyne was running for the Belize House of Representatives. “BELIZE I’m so proud of my brother @shyne_bz and the journey he is on,” Diddy wrote on Instagram. “He is running for the House of Representatives and needs your support. #BadBoy4Life”
Sean “Diddy” Combs was the target of an Instagram rant from Mason “Mase” Betha, who claims he’s been fighting to get his publishing rights back from the Bad Boy Records founder. Former 112 lead singer Q says he stands with Mase and his group also signed a similar deal back in the 1990s.
Hip-Hop fans of a certain age will remember Craig Mack as an unorthodox, gritty rapper with as unique a voice as any that emerged in his era. After news of his passing broke in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, many of Mack’s contemporaries are fondly remembering the former Bad Boy rapper via social media.
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.
The first trailer for Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop features Diddy and his peers talking about his vision.
Finally, we are getting a documentary about one of Hip-Hop’s most storied record labels and crews, Bad Boy.
In case you forgot, Stevie J of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta fame was one of the most important Hip-Hop producers in the 1990s. In a recent interview with The Undefeated the reality star talked about his contributions.
Puff Daddy and The Family appeared on The Today Show as they crank up their reunion tour this summer.
Time seems to heal all wounds. Faith Evans and Lil Kim appear to have buried the hatchet 20 years after it was found out Kim was sleeping with Evans’ late husband The Notorious B.I.G.