'Arctic Monkeys are now going to be on Bad Boy in America,' P. Diddy says, adding that he has joined the band's entourage.
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, who formed his own label Bad Boy Records in 1993, reveals his interest to sign band Arctic Monkeys to his company. Opening up his desire on video message, the rapper says he is "probably the biggest Arctic Monkeys fan."
"Arctic Monkeys are now going to be on Bad Boy in America," Diddy continues. "You know we don't need the money. We're just going to do this. It's already a done deal. When y'all on Bad Boy, y'all win. Look, feel it, feel it. It's the future of the Monkeys. Bad Boy U.S. Look what we do here."
Diddy, furthermore, announces himself as the fifth member of the English rock band. He states, "I am the newest member of the Arctic Monkeys." Though so, he notes that he is "not going to be singing" or "playing any instruments." He adds, "I am part of the crew. I'm part of the Entourage. So if y'all f*** with the Arctic Monkeys then y'all got to f*** with me."
Beside working as the executive of Bad Boy Records, P. Diddy is also busy cooking up new materials for his next installment "Last Train to Paris". Eying to drop the new record in United States on September 22, he is rumored to list Jay-Z, 50 Cent, T-Pain, Kanye West and the former member of Danity Kane, Dawn Richard, as the guest stars in the album.
As for Arctic Monkey, they also have the same activity as Diddy, finishing their next studio album. Most recently, they went to Brooklyn for a recording session of the not-yet-titled effort.