Posted by: Candace
As a lover of 90's music, I had to post about the Bad Boy 20 year reunion. I think those of us who grew up in that era collectively turned into 1994 Brooklyn gangstas' last night. I felt like I was there and still knew every word to each song. Puff is always so full of energy. Despite his fall, he can't stop and won't stop.
Faith Evans whom we recently saw on an episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta visiting former Bad Boy producer Stevie J, was looking vibrant as ever. By the way, if you haven't read her book, Keep the Faith, it is a must read.
Lil Kim who has been continuously scrutinized for getting plastic surgery, took over the stage as the real Queen Bee that she is.
Mase, well it just would not have been a true Bad Boy reunion without him. "If you don't believe in Harlem World, n#$%* Double Up." His book, There's a Light After the Lime, is also a must read.
If you weren't already up rapping and dancing, surely when 112 came out you couldn't help yourself.
French Montana, Jadakiss, and Pharell also performed during the reunion. However, the highlight of the performance was when they played Biggie of course.
Did anyone catch Kelly Rowland in the audience? She was really living in the moment and reciting every word.
In my opinion, the Bad Boy reunion was the best performance of the night. In the song, "Mo' Money Mo' Problems," Diddy said: "10 years from now we'll still be on top." He surely spoke that into existence.