Sean P.Diddy Combs Da Band has already started shooting the third season of "Making Of The Band II," which features the group on their first tour.
"MTV is already following us," group member Ness told AllHipHop.com. "The third season is us acting a fool!" Still, R&B siren Sara said there were no physical fights as of yet in the taping like last season.
Making of the Band II was a hugely successful television venture that was executive produced by P.Diddy and televised on MTV on Wednesdays.
At press time, the group was en route to Atlanta for Diddys 5th Annual Bad Boy (Oct. 3-4) weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.
If fans havent seen or heard from Dylan, its because hes missed some of the promotional tour due to travel constraints stemming from New York State-appointed probation. The dancehall artist has community service commitments to the State and legally he must get a judges approval in order to leave the five boroughs.
Still, Dylan managed to go to Puerto Rico for the Mix Show Power Summit and is also headed down to Atlanta with his musical comrades.
In addition, according to Ness, Bad Boys Da Band is already moving major units when their album, Too Hot For TV, which hit stores on Sept. 30.
There is no downtime. Were trying to make our album No. 1. Were number two right now and we are 50,000 copies from making it [No. 1], he said. With hard work everything pays off.
Furthermore, Da Bad also said they were not concerned with those that had criticisms of their music or the those blatantly hating.
We Da Band! We gonna keep working. We gonna keep doing what we do, said Young City (formerly known as Chopper). We dont care what nobody says. We got the worst critic P.Diddy.
I would do it all over again, Sara said of their hazing-like trek to superstardom.
Da Bands album is currently in stores nationwide.