Loon recently told Launch.com that he understands that–as the first rap act released under Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs’ Bad Boy Entertainment’s new distribution agreement–a lot is riding on his success. “It’s not going to be difficult, but I’m definitely aware of the fact that Bad Boy is riding clearly on the shoulders of Loon, and I’ve taken that responsibility,” Loon said. “And I’m just here to refurbish, re-establish the whole Bad Boy legacy, and take my place on the totem pole.”
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