The D-Block originators will be returning to Bad Boy/Interscope for a 2010 album, as soon as paperwork is cleared.
Since the resolution of famed 2005 on-air war of words between Diddy and former proteges The L.O.X., there have been reunion discussions. As previous Bad Boy artists such as Craig Mack and Ma$e had returned for remixes and fruitless new recording contracts, Sheek Louch recently told On-Air Idiots that they return to their first home.
After Jadakiss revealed in October that Diddy had offered a one-album deal, Sheek said the group was signing, with hopes of a "top of year" 2010 album. "I would love for it to come then, we're working actually with Puff, with Sean Combs. We working out that. Puff Daddy, we working that out. We working that out and hopefully it goes down."
Through Bad Boy's new distribution deal with Interscope, the reunion would also allow The L.O.X. to fulfill contract obligations with the label that released their 2000 sophomore album. The Ruff Ryders and D-Block imprints are also slated to be involved.
HipHopDX will keep you posted.