Revolt

Puff Daddy Doesn’t Think He’s A Jerk
Even though Puff Daddy made his former group Da Band journey through boroughs from some cheesecake, he doesn't necessarily think that egregious decision qualifies him as being  an asshole. In an interview with Vlad TV  last month, the face of Revolt spoke on how people tend to misinterpret his personality...
Revolt TV Is Airing A 24 Hour Beats Music Concert Featuring Dr. Dre & Eminem
On 4/20, hip-hop junkies will be able to relish in the combination of classic '90s rap music and their favorite holiday. For 24 hours, Revolt TV will air the Beats Music Concert starting at 6AM. The special aptly titled, “It Was A Good Day, Beats Music Presents: The Live 90’s Hip-Hop Playlist,” will highlight performances that took place Grammy weekend featuring legendary acts from the 90’s... Rea
Diddy’s Empire: From Bad Boy To Ciroc, His Biggest Businesses
Diddy's been All About The Benjamins since he started out as a party promoter at Howard University before dropping out to become an intern at Uptown Records in 1989. Over the next 25 years, Diddy's become the highest-earning entertainer in the business, raking in $580 million in 2013, according to Forbes...
Revolt TV Causes Mass Pandemonium
Today, Diddy unleashed the commercial to go along with his new network Revolt, which premieres today, October 21st. Causing pandemonium throughout the streets, the mogul assures that his platform is like nothing you've ever seen before. Take a look at the commercial above...
Diddy Thought He Would Die Running The New York City Marathon
Diddy gave an interview to AdAge today regarding his new television network Revolt, which he said he wants to turn into the ESPN for music, the central hub where people can go to get everything they want about music of all varieties. While detailing the rollout of the network—which will launch October 21 and will be available in 20-30 million homes as well as online—he delved into an analogy using
Drake On Kanye: “Maybe We’ll Do Music Now, Like We Were Supposed To”
Drake shocked the world last night when he brought out Kanye West for a guest set during the fourth annual OVO Fest in Toronto. The two have a bit of a history, with Kanye being one of Drake's first cosigners (he even directed his video for "Best I Ever Had") and Drake admitting that his vocal style was heavily influenced by Kanye's 808's & Heartbreak. T...