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Tracing the distinct phases of hip-pop: A Master ClassFrom Debbie Harry's rap verse and LL Cool J's crossover, to Mariah Carey's collabs and Ashanti's catchy hooks, this is the journey of hip-hop and pop joining...Da’Shan SmithThe 20 biggest hip-hop summer bangers of the 90sIn the heat of summer, we look back at the season's classics from "I Got the Power" and "No Pigeons" to "Up Jumps Da Boogie" and "Boombastic," and everything in...Preezy BrownHow Diddy and Bad Boy infiltrated and conquered pop culture in the 2000sWith a stronghold on hitmaking, sleek branding, reality TV and evolving, Diddy solidified his crossover appeal, catering to a wide audience, and kept his label...Da’Shan SmithDiddy's 6 most cinematic music videosBig budgets, superstar cameos, and all the elements that defined the golden age of hip-hop.Raheem VealThe story of how Biggie and Bad Boy Records went from ashy to classyA classic hip-hop story from Brooklyn, New York.REVOLT TV15 surprising facts about The Notorious B.I.G.'s 'Life After Death'From its original title to the time Prince almost got involved, here's a cache of unearthed facts behind Biggie's magnum opus.Ralph BristoutDiddy tells GQ: 'I want to be an authentic, unapologetic warrior for black culture'The REVOLT chairman discusses plans with Jay-Z to build black wealth, dealing with Biggie's death, and more.Shaheem ReidSean 'Diddy' Combs' on Craig Mack: "We will always love you""You believed in me and you believed in Bad Boy. I will never forget what you did for hip-hop."REVOLT TVFormer Bad Boy Records cornerstone artist, Craig Mack dies at 46Craig Mack, one of the first signees to Bad Boy Records and the artist behind the hit "Flava In Ya Ear," has died at age 46.Shaheem ReidUnbelievable, Forever: Remembering The Notorious B.I.G. Over 20 years since March 9, 1997, The Notorious B.I.G. continues to live life after death.Ralph BristoutNipsey Hussle talks ‘Victory Lap,’ working with Puff Daddy and quitting drugs on ‘The Breakfast Club’Neighborhood Nip talks his new album "Victory Lap," working with Puff Daddy, working on a documentary about Dr. Sebi, and more.Kai AcevedoNOW PLAYINGREVOLT News | Diddy and 'The Four' winner Evvie McKinney discuss working in the studio togetherThe producer plans to be a "scientist" while the singer promises "some soul."Revolt00:59'The Four' judges talk picking the perfect song and the importance of hip-hopBefore tonight's Episode 2, we went on-set with DJ Khaled, Fergie, Charlie Walk, and Meghan Trainor to get the pro tips.Amrit SinghNOW PLAYING'10 Shots with Hennessy' | November 2017From Grammy nominations and Swizz Beatz's graduation to Weezy's anticipated return and Lil Peep's tragic death.Revolt07:45Sean 'Diddy' Combs: 'I would like to buy the Carolina Panthers'Combs says he would sign Colin Kaepernick, have great halftime shows, and win multiple Super Bowls.REVOLT TVREVOLT Now Playing | Throwback Thursday PlaylistThrowback hits featuring Mariah Carey, Destiny's Child, R. Kelly and more.DJ Kyra ChaosNOW PLAYING'Drink Champs' | Puff Daddy was "shocked" to see Jadakiss & Fabolous collaborate (Sneak Peek)"It's not what you would obviously put together, but it's what you what have dreamt for."Revolt00:59Watch: Jeezy & Puff Daddy live a life of luxury in "Bottles Up" videoThe men take to Miami.REVOLT TVNew Music: "Rap Rushmore" by Mase ft. Puff Daddy & DJ KhaledMaseA look back at Heavy D’s insurmountable impact on hip-hop cultureIn light of the six-year anniversary of his passing, REVOLT pays homage to Heavy D.Ralph BristoutGroove Me: The story of New Jack SwingAn oral history of how Teddy Riley, Uptown Records, and an infectious groove changed R&B and hip-hop forever.Ralph BristoutJeezy & Diddy celebrate success of #REVOLTMusicConference 2017, debut new "Bottles Up" collabThe two rap icons closed out a memorable weekend in Miami by debuting a new future hit.REVOLT TVSean 'Diddy' Combs named world's highest-paid hip-hop artist in 2017Also on the list are Drake, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Lil Yachty.Eleven 8Sean 'Diddy' Combs to join Congresswoman Maxine Waters in Washington D.C. eventThe two will be speaking about hip-hop's economic impact.REVOLT TV