It could only take someone like P. Diddy to find the niche that true music connoisseurs have been missing for a very long time. Earlier this morning, music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs stopped by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to discuss the launch of his new cable network Revolt TV.
With an array of options for people to consume music, watch videos, and enjoy music entertainment in every aspect and genre, there has yet to be one destination to curate all music needs in one.
“In like five years, television will be everywhere. It will be on your mobile devices, it will be everywhere. It will be worldwide. That’s really the opportunity I saw. I saw there was no ESPN of music. There’s no CNN of music. There was no one trusted destination,” Diddy explains about his decision to establish such a network.
Of course The Breakfast Club wasn’t all business this morning, when later in the interview Diddy comments on who is actually the real King of New York. “I was a king before Kendrick, I’mma be a king after Kendrick,” he says. “I think that Kendrick is a young king. I think the people use the words too lightly.”
Diddy later adds, “He ain’t the king of New York, though. “I’m the king of New York.”
Revolt TV will be available to all Comcast and Time Warner Cable subscribers beginning at 8PM EST tonight. And if you are not a part of these carriers, you can catch the beginnings of a great venture online, streaming, at Revolt.tv for its premiere launch.