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I want to thank all of you that have supported us over the last 20 years," he wrote in an Instagram message reposted by Cortez. Diddy, Puff Daddy and Puff, explained why the Bad Boy Reunion tour was more than just a show."This isn't just a concert.
This is a moment in hip hop and R&B history," Puff said in a statement.
Puff Daddy's Bad Boy reunion tour is doing more than bringing some of the biggest names in 90s Hip Hop back together, with the music mogul inviting gospel musicians on the tour as well.
Isaac Carree, 43, and Zacardi Cortez, 30, are singing background vocals on the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour that reunites entertainers Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, Total, Carl Thomas, 112 and The Lox in venues around the country.
Blige set to appear, these concert tickets will likely sell out quickly.
"The Family and I are so excited to welcome fans into this once in a lifetime experience.This tour is 20 years in the making, and is a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle."For the Bad Boy Records CEO and recording artist, Puff Daddy revealed that he had roots in the church community since childhood."I liked going to a Baptist church with my grandma; she was the one who really put me up on God," Puff previously shared, according to an Ebony report."@cardikee #Church Boyz #Trusted #Bad Boy20Years #badboyreunion."It may come as no surprise to some that Puff decided to tap into gospel music influences on his tour.The record executive and recording artist spoke about using the concert to glorify God."I give all glory to God for this opportunity to come and see all of our true BADBOY FANS LIVE AND IN CONCERT! "The Bad Boy Records founder Sean Combs, who goes by many monikers like Diddy, Puffy, P.
"I don't go to church every Sunday, and I'm not overly religious, and maybe I'm not the best person to do this album, but I want Thank You to be an album from the average person's point of view to get our message across.There’s a big Bad Boy Family Reunion concert that’s happening, according to Ticketmaster and other websites.