Diddy 'Won't Stop' With Tribeca Film Festival Premiere Of New Docu-Flick

Diddy is set to make his mark at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival with the premiere of his new documentary, “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story.”

The film, directed by Daniel Kaufman, will explore the record label’s journey from its humble beginnings in New York to years of chart-topping success and influence on entertainment and fashion, according to Billboard. The introspective docu-flick will also feature rehearsal footage from the label’s special two-night reunion concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in 2016. 

“I am blessed to be introducing our film at the Tribeca Film Festival,” Diddy said in a statement sent to Billboard. “Tribeca brings the biggest names in entertainment and culture together with visionaries from across industries to celebrate the power of storytelling. There is no better place to share the story behind the Bad Boy movement and this unprecedented musical event.”

The collective’s sold-out two-night performance, which led to a 24-city tour, celebrated the label’s 20 years of hit music, and featured former Bad Boy artists Ma$e, Faith Evans, The LOX, Total, 112, as well as special guests.

The announcement of “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story” follows the development of a separate as-yet-untitled documentary highlighting the struggles of Combs’ production super group, The Hitmen. 

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