When tickets went on sale for the Bad Boy Records reunion shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the tickets were sold out in less than half an hour. The show featured Mase, The LOX, Lil Kim, Total, 112 and Puff Daddy himself all on stage together to celebrate one of the most storied record labels to come out of 1990s hip hop. Puff Daddy had a documentarian on hand to capture the big moments and turn them into a documentary that will air next month at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

The film’s official title is Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story, and actually tells the story of the first 20 years of Bad Boy Records’ history. The show will most likely be used to set the stage, before delving into each artist’s life story. Puff Daddy’s decision-making and influence will sit at the center of the story, according to the film’s description. The film was produced by Live Nation Productions.

The Tribeca Film Festival will be taking place from April 19-30, and the documentary will most likely make it to some form of streaming service soon after.