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New visuals from Fred The GodSon featuring DJ Whutever. With Sammy Davis Jr. and Bob Marley in the background, Fred The Godson lays bars on Diddy, Jay Z and Biggie instrumentals. Let us know what you think!


The shooting death of Mike Brown has made a global impact. And thanks to Game, he complies a who’s who of artists for a tribute track. The song is now available on iTunes with proceeds going to the ‘Justice For Mike Brown’ charity.

Nas continued his 20 year celebration at the Coachella Music Festival. He performed Illmatic in its entirety and brought out Shawn Carter (10 minute mark) and Sean Combs (34:52 mark).

As the feds watch Diddy and French Montana, Rozay revisits his 2013 drive-by shooting in his new feature presentation. Check out this dope collaboration!

Diddy Ross Big Homie Revolt

Earlier this month, Diddy announced he’s working on a new album this year that will be executive produced by Bad Boy’s own French Montana. Not much has been release on it but the tentative name, MMM.

Diddy let go some behind-the-scenes footage of the filming for the “Big Homie” video shoot, which gave us a preview of the record, and today he released the full song. What do you think?

French Montana calls on Rozay, Diddy, Jadakiss, and a few more for the remix of “Paranoid” off his new Coke Boys 4 mix tape, hosted by Evil Empire.

French Montana – Paranoid (Remix)


Check out this Trae Tha Truth track “Hold Up” featuring Jeezy, T.I. and P. Diddy. “Hold Up” is of his upcoming album Banned. Let us know what you think!

Premiering tonight at 8pm on Time Warner and Comcast cable.



Fresh new music from Rick Ross, “Bout That life” featuring Diddy, Meek Mill and French Montana. Listen and let us know what you think!

Sean “Diddy” Combs has joined forces with WWE to be the spokesperson for WWE’s Be A STAR anti-bullying campaign.

Bullying has grown across the country. To spread awareness, Diddy wants to help kids stand up to bullying in schools. He will serve as an ambassador for Be a STAR to encourage kids to be more respectful and polite.

“I’m thrilled to extend my partnership with WWE and align myself with their Be a STAR, anti-bullying initiative,” Combs said. “Bullying is a very serious issue and needs to stop now.”

WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon released a statement on Diddy’s involvement in the partnership. “WWE is proud to continue its partnership with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and join together to put an end to bullying,” McMahon said.

In the clip, Diddy is also wearing an “Invisible Bully” T-shirt. The shirt is from Damion “D-Roc’s” Butler’s “Invisible Bully” clothing line.

[via Miss Info]

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