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.
As the biggest names from Bad Boy’s history prepare to celebrate the label’s 20th anniversary, the film traces the label’s emergence in Harlem and Brooklyn, follows its meteoric rise, explores the tragic killing of Biggie Smalls. Continue Reading →
“International super star” Harlem man Puff Daddy on Power 105.1FM, The Breakfast Club in his BrooklynNY gear – though we diggin that jacket. Continue Reading →