In a move that many would not have expected, Sean “Diddy” Combs has just inked a dal with Universal Music Group’s Interscope Geffen A&M label that includes his future album releases and a new joint venue with his own label, Bad Boy Entertainment. While many may have believed that Diddy’s label needed no such anchor, it looks like this may be a move that proves that he does.
Although no financial terms were disclosed, as well as the length of the deal, we believe it’s definitely a big amount of money as well as a lengthy term. The last deal that Combs made was with Warner Music Group’s Atlantic label, and that lasted nearly five years. Diddy’s current Bad Boy roster and catalog is estimated to be worth $60 million.