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. Continue Reading →
AT&T’s decision to add by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ music channel Revolt to DirecTV is important for the channel. But it isn’t entirely a surprise after AT&T’s agreement in July to bring Revolt to U-verse’s U-300 bundle.
Get some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man Marc “The Raz” Rasbury. Marc Rasbury is a true Harlem Renaissance man with a passion for sports writing and photojournalism from his love of being a former college basketball player. Continue Reading →
It may be Harlem’s Puff Daddy’s birthday, but the music mogul is giving out the gifts: The rapper is planning to release free music on Wednesday. Continue Reading →