Diddy Leaves Warner; Signs With Interscope

Diddy Leaves Warner; Signs With Interscope

    Diddy has confirmed that he is ending his exclusive deal with Warner Music Group/Atlantic Records at the end of September. "Now that the term of the Warner deal has ended, I have elected to accept an opportunity to move my recording career and future label venture to another company," Diddy said in a statement. So who is Diddy planning to team up with? Rumor has it that Puff will be joining Interscope Records by partnering up with Jimmy Iovine after the two were spotted hanging out at the premiere of LeBron James new "More Than A Game" documentary in L.A. on Saturday (September 26th). A deal is reportedly in place to release his upcoming "Last Train To Paris" album through the home of Eminem and 50 Cent.


    Diddy had previously signed a deal with Warner Music Group back in 2005 but has only released one album through the label, 2006's "Press Play", which has sold 703,000 units to date, according to Nielson soundscan. Puff is expected to officially announce his new deal with Interscope in the coming weeks after his recent departure from Warner Music.


    Diddy has confirmed that he is ending his exclusive deal
with Warner Music Group/Atlantic Records at the end of September. "Now
that the term of the Warner deal has ended, I have elected to accept an
opportunity to move my recording career and future label venture to
another company," Diddy said in a statement. So who is Diddy planning
to team up with? Rumor has it that Puff will be joining Interscope
Records by partnering up with Jimmy Iovine after the two were spotted
hanging out at the premiere of LeBron James new "More Than A Game" documentary in L.A. on Saturday (September 26th). A deal is reportedly in place to release his upcoming "Last Train To Paris" album through the home of Eminem and 50 Cent.

    Diddy had previously signed a deal with Warner Music Group back in 2005 but has only released one album through the label, 2006's "Press Play", which has sold 703,000 units to date, according to Nielson soundscan. Puff is
expected to officially announce his new deal with Interscope in the
coming weeks after his recent departure from Warner Music.

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