A nervous Diddy has a new album

When Sean Combs, a k a Diddy, realized he was direly late for the Kingdome Basketball Tournament in Harlem, where his Bad Boy Records team was playing, he went into multitasking mode. The plan was to listen to tracks from his first album in five years, “Press Play,” on a ride to his Midtown Manhattan apartment. There he would join his kids, his beefy entourage and a chicer pair of sunglasses, then a luxury car convoy would roll to the projects uptown. After the game, he would pay his street-marketing respects to a Harlem neighborhood where he once lived. He would finish an interview as he drove his Ferrari convertible home, then he and his family would hop on a jet to St.-Tropez, where he was giving one of his celebrity-studded “white parties.”

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Shyne

Shyne Po is often compared to sounding alike to The Notorious B.I.G. yet those who listen to him properly will instantly be able to tell the difference. Representing the more street side of Bad Boy he joined in 1999 and featured on Forever, Double Up and Public Enemy (remix). He gained street credentials and his lead single ‘Bad Boyz' got his name out there and became a street anthem. This single along with ‘Whoa!' by Black Rob put Bad Boy on the map.

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