[vodpod id=Video.5804284&w=425&h=350&fv=embedCode%3DMxam5iMjoY8NoptI9pxiTU5eg-9SVkEh] One of hip-hop’s greatest mysteries has finally been cracked. Three weeks after the 14th anniversary of the death of the Notorious B.I.G., The New York Daily News has identified the afro-sporting baby on the cover of his platinum debut album, Ready To Die. The model is 18-year-old Bronx native, Keithroy Yearwood. Last year, we asked Puff to I.D. the tyke but to no avail. After all these years, it would be cool to recreate the image with the […]
With DJ Envy absent, Diddy sat between Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee this morning on NY’s Power 105.1. Grab a glass of tigerblood and listen to what you missed. Tickets for the Dirty Money tour are on sale now. Break 1: Diddy speaks on the 14th anniversary of Biggie’s death and receiving the Jackie Robinson Award last night. Break 2: Puff gives status of Bugatti Boyz EP with Rick Ross and bigs up RESPECT. magazine. Break 3: Diddy talks […]
Diddy returns to the cover of The Source. Issue hits newsstands January 25th. Below is an excerpt from the feature. Source: What’s your assessment of President Obama thus far? Diddy: “I love the president like most of us. I just want the president to do better. There’s a difference between us voting for somebody and us believing in somebody. He’s the person that we believed in so I pray night and day that he understands how God ordained his presidency. […]
Diddy traded the train for the yacht this morning and called YN on Shade 45 from St. Barts. During the conversation, Puff spoke on the true meaning of Last Train To Paris, missing out on Jay Electronica, and G.Dep turning himself in for murder last week. Hug a hater today and listen below. Break 1: Link Break 2: Link Break 3: Link Break 4: Link
Diddy called into Hot 97 last night to talk to Funk Flex about a whole bunch of topics including the Bugatti Boyz group, the many female artists careers he’s played a part in and he cleared the air on his Nicki Minaj management situation around the 2:20 mark. Last Train To Paris, is finally dropping on December 14th.
See what happens after a couple shots of Ciroc? You’ll find yourself swinging from the chandelier. Here’s Diddy’s pictorial and article from the August 2010 issue of GQ. The feature is part of the magazine’s “113 Funniest Dudes, Dudettes, & Dirty Jokes In America” list. Issue is on newsstands now. Brief write-up below.
Last night, Diddy was the latest guest on Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg’s Noisemakers at 92YTribeca. In this clip, Puff recalls a young Sean coming up in the game, opening doors at a Marriott in D.C., and his internship days at Uptown Records. roe Update: Peter’s Intro. Take that! [vodpod id=Video.3979345&w=425&h=350&fv=clip_id%3D13154547%26amp%3Bserver%3Dvimeo.com%26amp%3Bautoplay%3D0%26amp%3Bfullscreen%3D1%26amp%3Bmd5%3D0%26amp%3Bshow_portrait%3D0%26amp%3Bshow_title%3D0%26amp%3Bshow_byline%3D0%26amp%3Bcontext%3Duser%3A1818012%26amp%3Bcontext_id%3D%26amp%3Bforce_embed%3D0%26amp%3Bmultimoog%3D%26amp%3Bcolor%3D00ADEF%26amp%3Bforce_info%3Dundefined]
Puff and his Dirty Money crew were on Tim Westwood’s show today and addressed Lil’ Kim recent taunts. No time for negativity.
Kim continued her anti-Nicki campaign at Sonar Nightclub in Baltimore last night and this time, she added her soon-to-be manager, Puff into the mix. Around the :27 mark of “It’s All About The Benjamins” performance, the Queen Bee says “Ay, Puffy should be ashamed of his fuckin’ self!”. Kim later brought out B-More’s Keys The Problem to spit her Nicki diss freestyle. The saga continues. fresh via miss jia Previously: Drake Defends Nicki Minaj
What’d we have here? A new one from my nigga Jay Elect. Finally! Produced by Quincey Tones. The bars are still razor sharp and Sean talks a lot of shit on this one. B.I.G. would be proud. UPDATE: Jay Elect speaks on the record to Angela Yee. UPDATE 2: The song isn’t finished. More to come. UPDATE 3: Is this thing mixed?