Diddy On The Breakfast Club
Diddy is out in New York promoting his upcoming concert at the Barclays, which will coincide with his fallen brethren's birthday, Notorious B.I.G. The show will act as a tribute to Biggie, for what would be the legendary rapper's 44th birthday.
Diddy Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Gizzle "You Could Be My Lover " Video
Diddy Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Gizzle
Diddy, or rather, Puff Daddy and the Family, are back today with another music video from his MMM mixtape/album. The visual follows up his black and white music video for "Auction" with Lil Kim and Styles P, and takes a different direction.
Diddy Feat. Lil Kim, Styles P "Auction" Video
Diddy Feat. Lil Kim & Styles P
In November, Puffy dropped his first project in over a year with MMM. Really, the mixtape/album was his first hip-hop release in almost 5 years, as 11 11 was more of a dance music project than anything. In any case, few expected that the Bad Boy founder's return would be so impressive, as MMM proved that Puffy can still make hot records while keeping the same New York luxury sound with which he dominated the late '90s.
Diddy Feat. French Montana, Zoey Dollaz "Blow A Check" Video
Diddy Feat. French Montana & Zoey Dollaz
Puff Daddy/Diddy is back with another visual treatment taken from his free album MMM. The last visual he served up was for the intro, "Facts," and today he returns to "Blow A Check" with French Montana and Zoey Dollaz.
Puff Daddy & The Family "Facts" Video
Kid Art is back, after directing the dope visuals for Pusha T's "Darkest Before Dawn" short film, he worked with Push's executive producer, Diddy, for a music video off MMM. Diddy re-released the free project last week on iTunes, adding two bonus records. This cut was obviously on the original, serving as the project's intro, with some magnificent talking from Diddy about an imagined ending for Money Makin Mitch.
French Montana Feat. Diddy "First Time" Video
French Montana Feat. Diddy
French Montana and Fetty Wap's joint Coke Zoo mixtape, released at the end of October, has proven to have a short shelf-life, at least relative to most of the material put out by either emcee. In fact, one of the tape's hottest songs, "First Time," is basically a solo Montana track, with the intro and outro coming from Diddy, who's been speaking on records more than he's been rapping.
Pusha T & Diddy In The "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets" Studio Session
"Crutches, Crosses, Caskets" was the latest release off of Pusha T 's upcoming prelude album Darkest Before Dawn, and on top of being another unrelenting slice of pure-rap boasting, the track was special in its main collaborator -- the one and only Puff Daddy.
Diddy Feat. Travi$ Scott, Big Sean "Workin" Alternate Video
Diddy Feat. Travis Scott & Big Sean
The version of "Workin" that Diddy initially shared with the public in October was not the same as the version that appeared on MMM. The MMM version got added features from Travi$ Scott and Big Sean, and today Diddy revisits the track with an updated video worthy of La Flame and Sean Don.
Jadakiss Feat. Diddy "You Don't Eat" Video
Jadakiss Feat. Diddy
With the release of his new album today, Jadakiss celebrates by releasing a new music video taken from Top 5 Dead Or Alive. He's decided to give the Diddy-featured "You Don't Eat" the visual treatment, with a crisp black and white music video. Where else would the video be set if not around the NYC streets? From a bird's eye view to deep within the New York subway system, Kiss shows us his city.
Puff Daddy "Workin" Video
After blessing fans with a free album on his birthday last week, MMM, Puff Daddy aka Diddy drops off a music video for one of the early releases off the album, "Workin." He first performed the single at the BET Hip-Hop Awards down in Atlanta, and he keeps a similar vibe alive in the visuals. With constantly changing colored lights, Puff Daddy and the Family dance and clap along to the beat, creating a cool visual experience. Watch the music video, premiered on Apple Music, above.
Diddy On The Breakfast Club
Yesterday, on his birthday, Diddy surprised us with a free album, MMM, while he works on his proper album No Way Out 2. Although the album/mixtape doesn't really need any extra promo considering how many artists have been supporting it, Diddy stopped by The Breakfast Club while he was in NYC and spoke a bit on MMM.
Diddy Talks “MMM,” US Government, & More On Hot 97
To promote his newly-released project MMM, Puff Daddy has been making his rounds at various radio publications to talk about the project among other things. Following his visit by The Breakfast Club, Diddy went across the street to Hot 97 to chop it up with the gang from Ebro in the Morning.
Watch Diddy's "MMM" Trailer
A little while back, we got word that Puff Daddy was readying No Way Out 2, which made us wonder whether or not the long-awaited MMM was scrapped in its favor. With a new trailer making its way out today, we can now be assured that's not the case.
Diddy Dances At Burning Man
It's not exactly a new concept that Diddy likes to dance, but while we've seen him bust some moves in a variety of locations (award shows, private jets, etc.), music festivals, and , more specifically, Burning Man is definitely a new one.
Diddy Talks BET Awards Fall, "Finna Get Loose" & More On Big Boy
Puff Daddy aka Diddy recently had an interview with The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1, and now that he's back in the West Coast, he did a similar interview with Big Boy. The rapper is promoting his new single with Pharrell, "Finna Get Loose," as well as the album it's attached too. During his conversation with Big Boy, he not only discusses trying to make something a little bit different for the radio with "Finna Get Loose," he also talks about falling at the BET Awards, the incident at UCLA and supporting his son, and much more.
French Montana On The Breakfast Club
French Montana's been doing a little bit of press in NYC, following up his interview with HOT 97 by doing one with The Breakfast Club this morning.
Diddy On The Breakfast Club
Diddy is in NYC and he paid a visit to both Hot 97 and Power 105.1 for lengthy interviews. His son accompanied him during The Breakfast Club interview, where he started off by discussing his name switch-up (Diddy to Puff Daddy). We also hear about a sort-of truce between Diddy and 50, with 50 sending Diddy a case of Effen Vodka and a note that says "let's be friends" (a la Drake), while Diddy sent Fif his own supply of Ciroc bottles for his birthday.
Diddy Feat. Pharrell "Finna Get Loose" Video
Diddy Feat. Pharrell
Apple Music continues to be the place to be for exclusive video releases, as it rolls out the new visual for Puff Daddy's "Finna Get Loose" feat. Pharrell.
Diddy Feat. Pharrell "Finna Get Loose" Video (Trailer)
Diddy Feat. Pharrell
Diddy premiered his single "Finna Get Loose" feat. Pharrell during the Bad Boy reunion at the BET Awards. Today, Revolt TV shared a 40 second preview of the video, and it looks very promising indeed. Filmed in black and white, the video features Pharrell performing underground for a sort of post-apocalyptic mosh pit. Hype Williams, one of the most venerable music video directors of all time, is the man behind the lens.
50 Cent & Rotimi On The Breakfast Club
50 Cent-helmed TV show "Power" is off to a great start, two episodes deep. The TV show has already been renewed for a third season, and it's looking like Fif will play a bigger role in the current season. 50 is currently promoting the TV show, and stopped by The Breakfast Club with another actor from the show, Rotimi, to discuss what to expect from this season, among other things.