As part of Combs' deal with the multimedia management group and its owner, Chris Lighty, Violator Management says it will work to "expand Diddy's reach and influence exponentially in music," AllHipHop.com said.
The agreement, which is reportedly still in final negotiations, comes on the heels of the recent reconnection of Combs and rapper 50 Cent, a relationship that the Web site said Lighty managed to salvage.
The Web site said Lighty and Violator will begin their efforts toward expanding Combs' musical scope by further promoting his new album, "Press Play."
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