Diddy does the honors of launching Revolt TV from the stoop of Biggie Small’s home in Brooklyn. Taking it back to the roots of where it all started, Diddy breaks down the significance of the movement to the cameras as he prepped viewers for the monumental occasion that was about to unfold for television. Watch as Diddy handles the countdown for the launch himself and celebrates the birth of his new cable network dedicated strictly to music.
Diddy is excited and rightfully so as his new music network, Revolt TV, will officially be launching this evening on Comcast and Time Warner Cable. With Cassie by his side in the studio, Diddy addressed HOT 97 listeners tuning in and promised a unique visual experience for every music enthusiast with plenty of exclusive content. The Bad Boy head honcho also informs listeners that tonight’s special launch will take place at 8 p.m. (EST) and streamed online at Revolt.TV.
Revolt TV links up with J. Cole and catches the rapper in a playful mood as he jokes around about having his own upcoming show on the start up music network which is set to kick off this fall. Diddy makes an appearance when he overhears J. Cole shouting out his demand for a show of his own. The two also playfully reenact their previously reported fight from a few months back which was cleared up as being nothing more than a rumor.
Better late than never for French Montana as he delivers a star studded remix of his hit single “Ain’t Worried Bout Nothin.” Featuring Diddy, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg, the official remix provides the perfect platform for all four artists to cut loose and drop plenty of braggadocios rhymes.
Oprah recently took to her twitter over the weekend and shared a photo of herself partying the night away with Diddy and Kanye West at Jimmy Iovine’s house. The music producer and American Idol mentor hosted the exclusive birthday celebration in honor of his girlfriend Liberty Ross. Other guests that were in attendance included Mick Jagger, Kim Kardashian, Dr. Dre, Brian Grazer, Gayle King and R. Kelly who decided to put on a live performance.
After Mayweather’s highly anticipated bout against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, the reigning champion was honored at Diddy’s after party at the Palm’s in Las Vegas. MMG’s Meek Mill decided to take the stage and perform some of his hits alongside Diddy who hosted the event and had the crowd turnt up. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Lil Kim were also in attendance and partied the night away.
CTE boss man Young Jeezy sits down for an interview with Revolt TV and discusses his motivation behind signing California artist YG and Detroit natives Doughboyz Cashout. Jeezy talks being able to relate to his newest signees, their respective movements and having chemistry in the studio. After catching a live performance from West Coast artist YG, Jeezy became a fan and decided to take the young rapper under his wing. Young Jeezy also expresses his love for the city of Detroit and talks how he naturally gravitated towards Doughboyz Cashout sound. Before heading out, Jeezy also takes credit for bringing his artists together for an impressive project with the release of their compilation mixtape titled Boss Yo Life Up Gang.