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French Montana clarifies all the lies on his new single featuring the starboy himself The Weekend, and the wave god Max B. Find out what the boat and party life is like for French Montana & The Weekend…Everything else you may have heard is “A Lie.” It’s been a while since we got an entire […]
French Montana Takes the East African Culture to the next level with his latest music creation “Unforgettable.” French Calls on Swae Lee of the popular rap group “Rae Sremmurd” to assist on a hit single that would help shine light on the African dance movement. The visual displays some of young African dancers pushing their […]
The Young entertainer Christian Combs is for sure following in his father’s foot steps. Not only did Christian Combs sign on to continue lifting the culture under the Bad Boy imprint, he is now bringing his own team to surface with his new CYN cipher. Christian King Combs kept in harlem paying homage to his […]
Machine Gun Kelly is taking off with his “Bad Things” track featuring Fifth Harmony’s Camilia Cabello. The song is a melody that everyone can relate to and the video just makes it an even catchier tune being that it brings across the issues of love. I think Machine Gun Kelly and Cabello make for a […]
Years before singer Kelly Price was making noise on “R&B Divas L.A.” she was making her name as a background singer and writer at Bad Boy…
Rapper Machine Gun Kelly, real name Richard Colson Baker, is living up to his hit song “Wild Boy” in a real way. Did You See?: A…
After being in prison, for 10 years on an attemped murder conviction, Shyne is back with a new album. The former Bad Boy rapper has made his first full album, called “Gangland” He’s releasing his album 12 years after his debut album under Diddy’s label. Allhiphop.com reports: The new release offers up 18 original cuts […]
[Warning: explicit language] Here’s more from the DMX interview! Henesey in one hand, while his Bible is on the table. DMX talks about almost joining Bad Boy Records, and watching B.I.G. smile.
Diddy and his label Bad Boy Records has been criticized for killing the careers of the artists who get signed, but Diddy doesn't think he deserves that reputation.
Diddy addressed those who say Bad Boy exploits artists for short gain in a recent interview. Read More Inside