Thursday, January 30, 2014

R.I.P. Bad Boy Records...

On to the NEW Era, my G!!! We gotta be more CREATIVE in our pursuit of capital, as u can cee by the latest Puff move. - fatherama (hahahahahahahahahahahaahah!!!)

check the manuscript:

Reports Global 14:

These days, Bad Boy Records has been less than impressive with lackluster artists and groups like Day 26, Danity Kane, Cassie, Diddy-Dirty Money and many more seen here in the artist graveyard or as Bad Boy would say, their Rooster. Bad Boy has always pumped out hits, but NOT like the 90s and many artists were thrown to the waste side after one or two albums.

It was said in many circles that Diddy didn’t want his artist’s light to shine brighter than his and that Bad Boy had many sign shady record deals, observant costs, leaving many artists now destitute with no outlet or label to produce them. Today there is less than a handful of artists making a buzz from Bad Boy like Janelle Monae and French Montana. The only problem is none of his current artists (Cassie, Janelle Monae or French Montana) have reached platinum or gold success.

In light of the two radio friendly artists, which is a sad comparison to yester-year its only obvious the next step is to close and dissolve the label.

Word on the street via AHH is that Diddy has FIRED all his employees and sent the rest to the REVOLT. You may remember REVOLT is a new music network created by the mogul that is also rumored to be bumpy start and is still not in many cities yet. As for French Montana and Janelle Monae, they’ll be transferred over to Interscope Records according to sources.

1 comment:

  1. Nah, I don't think this is true. I've seen the rumor on other sites but Diddy claimed it's not closing.

    Plus these articles always forget to mention MGK as being on the roster (who went platinum with his single with Waka). It wouldn't surprise me if Diddy wanted more focus on Revolt but as of right now I don't think it's true (not to mention dude's poor spelling and misuse of words) lol