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Tai Saint Louis and Nolan Strong at have a brief interview with Diddy, talking about his move to Interscope.

“I had started some previous business relationships with Jimmy Iovine,” Sean “Diddy” Combs told “We had a great chemistry with each other. When I sat down with Julie [Greenwald, Atlantic COO] and told them that I had an interest to go sign with Jimmy and they didn’t make it rough for me. Lyor [Cohen, WMG Chairman] and Julie were nice enough to let me get my [Bad Boy] name. I was able to take the name over to Interscope and to still in stay in business with them. I am not abandoning any of my artists over there, I still have that imprint. But all my future recordings, including my recording contract, that will be at Interscope Records.”

This gives the impression that all artists currently signed to Bad Boy will remain so, but any albums they release will go through Bad Boy/Atlantic Records. Any artists that are signed from this point forward will be put out through Bad Boy/Interscope.