For this First Fridays, our popular monthly social gathering, we’re celebrating the golden age of hip-hop and R&B, the genre’s diverse formative years, and the lasting impact of Bad Boy Entertainment (also known as Bad Boy Records), the hugely successful record label founded in 1993 by Sean “Diddy” Combs.
He thought he told you that he won’t stop! Puff Daddy has once again re-upped his Bad Boy Entertainment with a new deal that promises to bring new music from the Hip-hop label.
BET reports that fans may have always seen Harlem man Diddy and Notorious B.I.G as the faces of Bad Boy Entertainment back in the ’90s, but there’s another artist who says he deserves some credit in building the label up as one of the most iconic of its generation.
The Harlem Puff Daddy documentary Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story has debuted on Apple Music.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer announced that his office will conduct a follow-up investigation on the Administration for Children’s Services following the death of 6-year-old Zymere Perkins in Harlem.
Before Sean Combs founded Bad Boy Records, the defining New York rap label of the 1990s, he was an intern and then an A&R executive at Uptown Records, transforming the label with a brash and forward-looking hip-hop-influenced take on R&B.
Tupac Amaru Shakur, rapper, actor, activist, thug, poet, rebel, and visionary, born Lesane Parish Crooks, June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996, in East Harlem, New York.
Crossing the threshold of Harlem’s Sean Combs’s Los Angeles home is an immersive experience.
This article was originally published on September 15th, 2021: With Jennifer Lopez and Puff Daddy both on the bill for the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s second night.
Harlem man and music mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is allegedly working on a new, surprise musical project.
This Sunday, May 24, 2020, at 7 pm ET/7 pm
By Lil Nickelson Back in 1994 Total was one of the signature acts of Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records and the group consisted of Pamela Long, Kima Raynor and Keisha Spivey who were 18, 22 and 23 years old respectively.
By Eartha Watts-Hicks Music icons of the 90s, Harlem’s Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, we’ve followed their careers and admired their styles.
Miami.com reports that when Harlem ‘s Diddy comes to town he usually brings an entourage of industry friends, but this time he’s also bringing bags of cash.
Vogue reports that the fashion influence of A$AP Rocky and the rest of the A$AP Mob crew is well established by now.