After three years of silence, it seems that Puff Daddy’s dance project with Israeli DJ Guy Gerber may finally see the light of day.
It’s been 17 years since Ma$e’s breakout solo album Harlem World and now he says he’s finally got the right follow up for it.
If you don’t already have enough Game of Thrones or GoT-related content coming at you daily, consider a new video from Puff Daddy and Meek Mill to keep you satisfied.
Here are five of his biggest hits to keep you going on this day of remembrance.
If Jimmy Page or Puff Daddy were upset they weren’t invited back to the ‘Godzilla’ franchise, they could at least console themselves with their brand new honorary doctorates.
A$AP Twelvyy gets his chance to step into the spotlight with the A$AP Mob’s latest, “Xscape”. The video, set largely in Times Square but with other shadowy parts of NYC popping up, also features a surprise cameo from Puff Daddy to match the track’s shout out.
Rapper 50 Cent feels Howard University should have chosen someone else besides Puffy Daddy to speak at their commencement exercises this year.
Sean Combs, the artist/mogul who recently switched his musical moniker from Diddy back to ’90s tag Puff Daddy and spent last weekend making multiple cameos at Coachella, is the king of hip-hop mountain.
Former Howard University student Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs will present the May 10 commencement speech.
This is not Combs’ first foray into the world of dance music. He’s been flirting with the sound for more than a decade, working with such artists as Felix Da Housecat and DJ Hell in the past.