Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com reported on the troubles Warner Music Group is having, in large part because of disappointing sales of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ latest album ‘Press Play’. “Warner spent somewhere in the neighborhood of $10 million to go into business with Combs on his Bad Boy Entertainment after it was dropped by the Universal Music Group,” Friedman writes. “Combs did have a couple of minor hits last year with his acts, but nothing on the scale of his former successes. Tastes change. Similarly, rapper Jay-Z released his comeback album on Island/Def Jam and it was also a stiff. Hip-hop is either dead, dying or undergoing a generational revamp.” Read more.