Puff Daddy has continued to push the evolution of his Bad Boy brand, adding colloquial acts like Machine Gun Kelly, French Montana and more to a roster that once boasted Biggie Smalls and Lil Kim. For the first time in his career, two decades of Bad Boy will come together for a reunion tour, which the music mogul teased during the interviews he did surrounding the announcement of the first reunion show, which takes place next weekend in Brooklyn during Biggie’s birthday weekend.
In a press release, Puff announced that Bad Boy would be taking their show on the road beginning in August, stretching out to October, for a series of concerts that will feature Carl Thomas, French Montana, Lil Kim, The LOX, Mario Winans, 112, Total, Mase and Faith Evans, the same cast that will be joining Puff for the 2-night reunion next weekend. The announcement comes just under a year after Puff brought out Lil Kim, two-thirds of The LOX, Faith Evans, Mase and Pharrell for a special Bad Boy performance at the BET Awards, which became one of the most talked about awards show moments of the last few years.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, May 20. More information on that here.