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Latifah Muhammad of The Boombox reports that Day26 is exclusively signed to Atlantic Records now and no longer a part of the Bad Boy Records roster. Group members Willie Taylor and Qwanell "Que" Mosley, quoted in the article, were very complementary about their time at Bad Boy. Willie expanded on his thoughts in a trio of Twitter messages:

IN BUSINESS THINGS HAPPEN, WE LOVED OUR TIME OVER AT BADBOY, THE $ WE MADE WAS GOOD, AND OUR LAST ALBUM WE DID OURSELVES, SO WE HAD FREEDOM

THE BADBOY CURSE THAT EVERYBODY WAS TALKING ABOUT, WE CANT VOUCH FOR, CAUSE I HAVENT SEEN NO PARTS OF IT, AND @IAMDIDDY GAVE US OUR START!!!

MANY BLESSINGS TO BADBOY/INTERSCOPE, AND DIRTY MONEY, AS WELL AS MANY BLESSING TO @DAY26 ON OUR NEW ROAD WITH ATLANTIC, GOD IS AMAZING!!!

If accurate, this isn't a total surprise. It's also not as big a deal as some publications are making it, in an attempt to make this more of a story than it is. It's not "splitsville," Day26 didn't leave anyone. It's highly unlikely that they had the authority to say "we're not signed to Bad Boy anyone." There was almost certainly some level of negotiation and a decision by Bad Boy to allow them to be Atlantic exclusively.

Day26 has always been signed to Atlantic through Bad Boy Records. For their entire career. When Diddy's deal with Atlantic was set to expire, he opted not to continue with them and signed with Interscope Records.

At the time, it was also made clear that any artists that were signed to Bad Boy up to that point would remain at Atlantic - including Day26. Diddy also said that he still had the Atlantic imprint and that he would continue to work with the artists he had signed.

Willie Taylor spoke about the group's situation in October. "It might be Bad Boy/Atlantic, it might just be Atlantic," he said. "Right now, itís up in the air. We know we not gonna be Bad Boy/Interscope though. Thatís not even part of the situation." So, we already knew this was an option, just last month. And, apparently, after negotiation they will just be signed to Atlantic Records. If that is the case, we here at Bad Boy Blog wish them well.

I've reached out to both Atlantic Records and Bad Boy Entertainment for further confirmation.