While he is now focused on spreading love Diddy is still moving with the same conviction that got him to the top. He recently stood up for the rights of musicians during a key moment in his career.

Life has plenty of highs and plenty of lows. Sean “Diddy” Combs knows this all too well and took to Instagram to discuss the “dark depression” he was dealing with throughout 2019.

Sean “Diddy” Combs’ 50th birthday was Nov. 4, but he finally got around to having an epic bash last night (Dec. 14). At all went down at the Hip-Hop moguls Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles, and Jay-Z and Kanye West were both in attendance, so you know it was real.

Roc Nation’s Pre-Grammy brunch has become one of the premier events during Grammy Weekend. This year didn’t disappoint with Jay-Z his wife Beyoncé, Diddy, and more got all dressed up to celebrate #BlackExcellence.

The Bad Boy doesn’t fall far from the tree. Sean “Diddy” Combs’ son, Christian Combs, has officially signed to Bad Boy Records.

If you are a former Bad Boy artist living in relative struggle, this story will make you mad. Sean “Diddy” Combs is selling his NYC pad for a cool $7.9M and reportedly has his eye on a new crib in Beverly Hills that costs a chunky $12M.

Sean “Diddy” Combs has made Ciroc vodka a household name. Now he plans to do the same with tequila. Also, he’s going to be throwing another epic New Year’s Eve party.

Sean “Diddy” Combs and his cable venture, REVOLT TV, has been quietly building up its programming. The network landed a big splash after announcing it will be airing a live version of the popular Power 105 The Breakfast Club morning show.

Sean “Diddy” Combs and Kanye West are both thoroughly accomplished Hip-Hop artists and business men. They also happen to be brown-skinned Black men, which apparently caused confusion for one notable art dealer  who confused Diddy for Yeezy at Art Basel in Miami.

Sean “Diddy” Combs is one ambitious fellow. The Bad Boy Records  and Revolt TV founder, Ciroc vodka pusher and sometime rapper is remaking the cult classic film King Of New York, and plans to star in the film, too. 

Sean “Diddy” Combs has amassed quite a fortune as the founder of Bad Boy Entertainment. Now, the Harlem native is giving back and passing the torch of entrepreneurship to low-income youth after donating $250,000 to an organization that teaches them business skills.

Sean “Diddy” Comb‘s Revolt TV Network launches October 21, but many are still wondering what type of music the channel will play. The Bad Boy Records founder and mogul explains just that in a new PSA.