P. Diddy Debuts RevoltTV From Notorious B.I.G Childhood Home (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) Love him or hate him, P. Diddy probably has made the most influential power business moves in Hip Hop in the modern history. Two decades after founding Bad Boy Records, P. Diddy went to the steps of Notorious B.I.G.’s childhood home to unveil his latest business venture, RevoltTV.

From the steps of 226 St. James Place in Bedford-Stuyversant Brooklyn , Diddy recited a few lines from Notorious B.I.G.’s iconic hit “Juicy” before crediting the late great rapper with

Biggie and I had this dream. We set off on a journey together. He was my partner. He was fearless. He inspires me. And today, Biggie will help to launch REVOLT. Today, that dream becomes a reality…This is not my network, this is your network.

While new programming is promised to be added to the burgeoning channel, RevoltTV already offers a few innovative original shows. REVOLT AUTHORIZED Live is advertised as the first live-created music video playlists on television and will be curated in real time.

Check out Diddy debut the new channel from the steps of Biggie’s childhood home below:

  • therealest1

    Taking it back shit.

  • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

    Shout to everyone taking this thing of ours forward. Respect!

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  • johnblacksad

    that Billy is getting closer and closer…

  • andone

    no doubt diddy is gettin a nice piece of the pie but I for one find it typical of how he would resort to once again using biggs likeness to promote yet another business venture…. SMH!

  • Jordan Bockart

    Ambition is like a frog that hops from Lilly pad to Lilly pad avoiding Bass, Trying not to jump in the “shallows”… Your website is well done, and sorry for my stupid p diddy joke. I didn’t know Mr. B.I.G. (I hope that’s correct) called you that in “I’m going back to Cali” excellent track by the way (as if you weren’t aware of that). Sincere Best Regards, Jobo