Since The Notorious B.I.G. has materialized as a hologram—and is set to play two sold-out gigs this weekend in Brooklyn with the rest of the old Bad Boy Records crew—it makes sense that the label's former ringleader Diddy would turn the spectacle into something bigger.
On Monday (May 16), the mogul announced that the Bad Boy reunion is steamrolling into a national tour, complete with 25 dates that will see Ma$e, Lil' Kim, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112 and others showcase that the "Bad Boy for life" sentiment endured at least until middle age.
In a press release, Diddy talked the event up big: "This isn’t just a concert—this is a moment in hip hop and R&B history," the rapper said. Vulture notes that the tour will kick off Sept. 4 at Madison Square Garden before blazing through the rest of the country.