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Diddy Announces New R&B Music Label As Well As A Partnership With Motown Records

Diddy has become the living embodiment of his 1996 lyric, “I thought I told you that we don’t stop.” Over the past several years, the multimillionaire has been inundated with multiple business ventures outside his origins in music. However, with the announcement of a new R&B label, Sean Combs is making his return.

Josh Rodgers

May 10, 2022

Aaliyah’s Music To Soon Make Its Way To Streaming Platforms 20 Years After Her Passing

Aaliyah fans are in for a huge treat. According to Forbes, the late singer’s music could soon be available on streaming platforms. Aaliyah — who passed tragically at the age of 22 — singlehandedly changed the music industry as one of the most influential singers of R&B. To this day, her music continues to impact the masses. Now, it will reportedly make the transition into the digital age. The official paperwork has been reportedly been completed to share her music digitally with a staggered rollout of her music onto streaming platforms starting with “One In A Million” (1996) on Aug. 20. The only music from the singer that lives on streaming platforms is her 1994 debut album, “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number.” Her “One In a Million” hit, which was released in 1996, along with the self-titled album “Aaliyah” released just one month before her death in 2001, is noticeably missing from streaming platforms. Plus, singles like “Are You That Somebody?” Documents reveal that the music...

Shanique Yates

Aug 5, 2021

Diddy Announces Plans To Launch An R&B Only Label, 'We Can Own The Genre; We Don't Own Hip-Hop Right Now'

Diddy has plans to revive R&B with a new business venture. According to Rap-Up, the music mogul, born Sean Combs, has plans to launch a new record label that will be exclusive to R&B artists. As he enters what he’s deemed his “love” era, the Bad Boy founder also announced that he’ll drop his first project in nearly six years, an album titled “Off The Grid.” “I’m coming back into music, you know?” said the 51-year-old during an interview with Vanity Fair. He’ll also return to his R&B roots. “Yeah, [an] all R&B label, because I feel like R&B was abandoned and it’s a part of our African American culture,” he continued.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by LOVE (@diddy) In the past, Diddy has been criticized for his questionable Bad Boy contracts, but in this new era, he plans to do things differently. “And I’m not signing any artists,” said Diddy. “Because if you know better, you do better. I’m doing 50-50 partnerships with pure transparency. That’s the thing. [The new...

Shanique Yates

Aug 4, 2021