Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Documentary Will Be an Apple Music Exclusive
If you've been down with Bad Boy Records since day one, or became a fan over the years, then Puff Daddy has a special treat for all of the label's hardcore fans and music fans alike. The iconic record label's CEO is gearing up to release his special Bad Boy documentary titled Can't Stop Won't Stop, which is slated to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City Thursday evening (April 27).
Can't Stop Won't Stop is set to follow Sean Combs and his team as he spends just three weeks gathering up his historical Bad Boy roster from the past two decades to perform on the Bad Boy reunion tour. The hefty lineup included artists such as Mase, 112, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans, Total, Lil Kim, The LOX and more. If you recall, Puff kicked off the tour with two sold-out arena shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. last year, where he brought out Jay Z, Mary J. Blige and DMX as special guests.
On top of debuting the film at the festival, the music mogul is also planning something special for Apple Music subscribers, as Puff has inked a deal with the streaming platform to exclusively premiere the film when it releases to the public on June 25. Jimmy Iovine of Apple Music spoke to Billboard about bringing the documentary to the streaming platform, stating, "I went to the [Bad Boy Reunion] concert and thought it was incredible. I think Puff and Bad Boy's story is incredible and one that a lot of people can relate to in any genre or in any business. His story is powerful. He really overcame a lot to get to where he's at today and the documentary shows that."
Reports say the documentary will stay an Apple Music exclusives for one year following its release to the platform, so if you don't have a subscription, you might want to sign up now.
Take a look at the official flyer for the upcoming documentary below, and stay tuned for it to premiere on Apple Music on June 25.
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