Former Bad Boy rapper Black Rob passed away on April 17. A date for the memorial service, set to air on REVOLT, has been announced.

The former Bad Boy rapper scored hits under Diddy with "Whoa!" as well as released his lauded debut album, 'Life Story' in 1999.

You will read familiar tropes of setting up insurance for artists or label heads, current or former doing more for the creators but mortality is a given in Hip-Hop and in life.

The East Harlem native passed away Saturday (April 17) and we've tried our best to feature a bevy of songs from the former Bad Boy Records star.

The former Bad Boy rapper scored a hit in 2000 with "Whoa!" as well as guest features on "Let's Get It" and "Bad Boy For Life."

A new video featuring the East Harlem rapper shows him in a hospital bed from an unknown location offering his condolences after the passing of DMX despite being in a massive amount of pain.

#TheRide Sept 23, 2013 – The Classics – Bad Boy Edition. All your Bad Boy Classics songs are in this mix. Biggie, Mary J, Total and more. Listen Up!

Former Diddy Protege G-Dep Turns Himself In For Murder G-Dep, who rocked out with Diddy and Black Rob on 2001’s “Let’s Get It” from P. Diddy & The Family: The Saga Continues album which helped spawn the “Harlem Shake” dance to the masses, has turned himself into police for a murder he says he committed […]

Former Bad Boy Records artist Black Rob is poised to return to the Hip-Hop game with a new album being released via popular independent label, Duck Down Records.

Black Rob says that a recently posted interview of him complaining about his time under Diddy’s tutelage is old and that he & Diddy have patched things up

Diddy wants Black Rob back but will it happen...