Go head and lounge on the pillow if you want to, but Diddy and the girls with the filthy Ben Franks manufactured a pretty sound and solid piece of plastic with the Last Train To Paris. Upbeat and rhythmic, cutting yet familiar, the online campaign which featured a smattering of Diddy doing the most ridiculous things has fizzled a bit, yet and still, the music remains lively as ever.
And when you’re Hip-Hop’s top baller, you definitely have the resources to turn your album into a movie, via YouTube. One of the album’s jumpoff’s, “I Hate That You Love Me,” highlights Kaleena’s half-baldie and the talents of Mr. Combs’ air piano skills in ardent fashion. On the b-side, Chris Brown sings his wittle heart out to someone we all may know to streamline near-perfect R&B/Pop.
And it don’t stop…
Dirty Money – “I Hate That You Love Me” Video
Dirty Money Feat. Chris Brown – “Yesterday” Video