Sean “P. Diddy” Combs is one of rap’s biggest entrepreneurs: he has a clothing line, alcohol brand, cologne, owned two restaurants, and even has a stake in Revolt TV. But what he’ll always be remembered for is founding Bad Boy Records. Started back in 1993, the label grew to great success in the mid and late 90’s by signing artists such as Faith Evans, Mase, 112, and most notably Notorious B.I.G. After the rapper’s death, the label took a bit of a hit, but like Diddy himself, it bounced back. Now, the record label operates as a division of Sony Records and is distributed by Epic Records. Now, you can relive the heyday of Bad Boy Records with the reunion tour. The show features over a dozen of artists from the label including Faith Evans, Lil Kim, Mase, Total, Mario Winans, French Montana, Carl Thomas, and Total to name a few. The Bad Boy Reunion tour rolls into Chicago on August 27th at the United Center.
Time: 8:00 pm
Tickets: Get ‘Em
Venue: United Center
For now, check out this Bad Boy classic “Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems:”