Diddy Goes Green

June 4, 2010

 

Thanks to hellobeautiful.com iAm here to inform you that Diddy has added a new  Sean John boutique. It seems that he’s now joining the Green movement. The  store opened today in Los Angeles. Diddy states that the new store’s decor will be made of entirely recycled materials, including re-used wood, metal and fixtures from the first pop up store in Miami. Diddy said, “The  Los Angeles store,  is created to be earth friendly, Sean John is focusing on the future and the brand’s perception of it.” The new store, is located at 8570 W Sunset Blvd, and will house Sean John’s spring/summer and early fall 2010 collections along with a specially designed selvedge denim collection. Also, be sure to catch Diddy in Get Him to the Greek, in theatres today. I’m not sure if iAm actually going to the movies to see it (though iCan get in free…yes iHave the hookup…ihave since 2003) but iDo wanna see the film. I’m sure the bootlegger guy 4rm down the street will have it tomorrow night around 10ish.


DAY 26 LEAVES BAD BOY RECORDS!

November 24, 2009

Day 26


Diddy’s stream of band fallouts is continuing as Day 26 formally announces that they’ve left his Bad Boy record label. While Diddy embarks on new territory with his recent signing to Interscope, his brain child of Quanell, Willie, Brian and Mike will do the same. The group has moved from Diddy’s emblem to Atlantic Records. By doing so, hopefully they’ll be able to salvage their career before their demise a la Danity Kane.
While their days with Bad Boy were numbered from the start, Willie is adamant that there’s no bad blood between the group and the powers that be. He told TheBoombox, Read the rest of this entry »


THE LOX MAY RE-SIGN W/ DIDDY!

October 27, 2009

The Lox
“If it all makes dollars, it can make sense.”
As anticipation has shown a sharp incline for the third return of Styles P, Jadakiss and Sheek Louch as a group, the question has remained as to where they would finalize their business in regards to distribution with Louch and P on E1 and Kiss on Def Jam.
The foundation of music was essentially shaken when word started to float that the three were considering linking back up with Diddy, whom had originally brought them into the game in Bad Boy.
Diddy recently expressed wanting to come together again if there was a window of opportunity. Moving over to Interscope, Mr. Combs added that he was in the process of having a formal meeting to discuss business. Read the rest of this entry »