The group have since left Diddy’s Bad Boy Records, but claim they are still very much connected to the Bad Boy crew.Without Diddy’s backing, Day 26 is setting out to prove that they are more than just television stars. “We really want to get people focused on the artistry, on the music, I think a lot of people lost it with the entertainment of the show. So now, we really want to show people what we’re all about, that we do our thing whether its on stage, in the studio, writing and producing — we do it all.”
Considering the careers of a few Bad Boy artists, this may actually be a blessing in disguise for Day 26. I wish them the best.