Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs checked in with fans after the release of the new Diddy-Dirty Money album ‘Last Train to Paris’, where he credit the fans and Twitter for the success of the disc that debuted at #7 on the Billboard album chart with 101,000 copies sold. “The love you all have shown me and the girls on this project, you’ve all made this project a success, and I want to say thank you,” Diddy said. “We had the Twitter support. We had the first, one of the first albums I think that Twitter really overrode radio, MTV, anything else, and you all basically said that you heard the album and it’s hot. The definition of the internet. Word of mouth, being viral.” Watch the comments via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs shared his opinion on the now cooled war of words between Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim during an appearance on Funkmaster Flex’s Hot97 show on Monday. “Kim is the queen,” the Bad Boy boss said. “And Nicki’s the queen in her own right… I wouldn’t be around Nicki if I ever heard [something] negative about Kim. I’ve never heard nothing like that. Then, when it comes to just being an MC, then I’ve got to stand back. If they want to do things and be MCs, that’s their business. I’m not with any negativity. I’m not with no beef. I love both of them.”
Fabolous, Trey Songz and Swizz Beatz congratulated Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs on the release of his Diddy-Dirty Money album ‘Last Train to Paris. “We just want to celebrate, you know, you still here, man,” Fabolous told the Bad Boy boss. “You doin’ albums. While you gettin’ up there, you’re putting out music, and that’s what counts, so we want to celebrate that.” Watch the encounter via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ Block Party aka ‘Walk This Way’ features the Bad Boy boss walking the streets of New York City, talking with some other pedestrians about his new album ‘Last Train to Paris’. “I’m home and back in my city. Back in the day they used to call Joe Namath ‘Broadway Joe’,” Diddy said before giving lessons on how to walk in the Big Apple. Watch it via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs visited Ft. Hood to thank the troops ahead of his new Diddy-Dirty Money album ‘Last Train to Paris’ getting released. “These are the fighters that hold us down and help us with our freedom that we take for granted everyday,” Diddy said. “These are the Chem Dogs. I just want to say thank you to you guys for everything that you do. I don’t think we appreciate it enough. I love you guys.” Watch the message via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs posted footage from his ‘Saturday Night Live’ rehearsal, where Diddy-Dirty Money were joined by Swizz Beats for the song ‘Ass On The Floor’. Watch it via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs brought in his secret weapon, Blizzard Man, to drop a hook on his new song during a sketch on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend. Blizzard Man, played by ‘SNL’ cast member Andy Samberg, also got a visit from his mother during the studio session, played by show host Robert DeNiro in drag. Watch it via NBC.com below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and Dawn Richards checked in on the set of the Didd-Dirty Money ‘Coming Home’ music video, pitching their YouTube channel. “Excuse my stuttering, I’m a little exhausted. Shooting all of these videos,” Diddy said.
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Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs posted a “Diddy’s Vision” video promoting the news that his upcoming album ‘Last Train To Paris’ is complete. The Diddy-Dirty Money album comes out December 14th. Watch the clip via YouTube below.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and Dirty Money checked in live from the set of the ‘Looking For Love’ music video. “We out here representing for all the chocolate brothers and sisters,” the hip hop mogul said. Watch it via YouTube below.