Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes
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Live Nation’s ‘Diddy’ documentary hits top spot on iTunes

Live Nation is the world’s leading live entertainment company, so you might be surprised to hear that it’s behind the documentary that currently holds top spot on iTunes. Produced with and about Sean ‘Diddy’ Coombes (the rapper and music mogul previously known as Puff Daddy), the documentary is called Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story. It takes an exclusive look at the history of Bad Boy and Coombes’ attempt to “reunite his Bad Boy family during a frantic three-week rehearsal period” according to Live Nation’s press release.

Live Nation’s share price has appreciated 38% year to date

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The film is described as “inspirational and a fan favourite” and follows the Bad Boy team as it prepares for their 20th anniversary. It traces the label’s history from its emergence in Harlem and Brooklyn, explores the tragic killing of legendary rapper Biggie Smalls, and “celebrates Bad Boy’s influence in reshaping music, fashion, marketing and culture.”

Sean Coombes said: “I always knew that Can’t Stop Won’t Stop was a special film and the overwhelming response from fans confirms it. The Bad Boy story continues to inspire people all over the world and will for generations to come.”

Several songs from the label’s back catalogue have risen in the iTunes store on the back of the documentary’s success.


Dominion holds Live Nation in its Global Trends Managed Fund.  

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