Dirty Money – “No Ordinary Love (Coming Home Tour Edition)”

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<a href=""> "No Ordinary Love (Coming Home Tour Edition)" marks the 6th time the "L" word is attached to a Dirty Money showing and to further increase the similarities, they kind of "pay homage" to the Sade record of <a href="">the same name</a>.


Dirty Money Feat. Rick Ross & Trey Songz – “Your Love (Remix)” Video

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Ross and Trigga already have standing contributions to Last Train In Paris, but when you're playing the ratings game, originality is the first to go out the window.


Dirty Money’s Last Train Is Still Full Steam Ahead

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<a href=""> Go head and lounge on the pillow if you want to, but Diddy and the girls with the filthy Ben Franks manufactured <a href="">a pretty sound and solid piece of plastic</a> with the Last Train To Paris.

Young Chris

Cupid Overload: 2011’s Valentine’s Day Music

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<a href=""> So, obviously it's Valentine's Day and amongst other things, it is a day observed for a slew of free music under the premise of knockin' the boots, heartache and faux emotions. Gotta love Hip-Hop for it. Instead of turning the site into the Anthony Thomas music section, we decided to wrangle up the mixtapes/EPs, songs and visuals that are making this day longer than it needs to be. <a href=""> Dirty Money - LoveLove Vs. HateLove, The Last Train to Paris Valentines Day Love Mix -- Diddy and the gals take a pit stop from Paris to drop some remixed smooth grooves that will probably start the night off right before things slow to a silent creep. Available <a href="">here</a>.


Mary J. Blige Feat. Lil Wayne & Diddy – “Someone To Love Me (Remix)”

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<a href=""> The road to Gold County or Platinumville is looking like it will be a long one for Dirty Money's <a href="">Last Train To Paris</a>.


Fiddy Sends His Woman To Do His Dirty (Money) Work

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<a href=""> Who taught you how to diss Diddy like that? <a href="">"Fiddy taught me."</a> Who taught you to call Diddy "girlfriend" whenever you mention him.

Last Train To Paris

“Strobe Lights” – Review Of Diddy-Dirty Money’s Last Train To Paris

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<a href=""> Even with the "We Won't Stop" slogan well-worn into our brains for its third consecutive decade, it is still quite the phenom to see Sean "Diddy" Combs make headway with his constantly dwindling rap resources. Long gone are the days when his "familia" scoured the charts to strengthen his musical empire with the past few years---unsurprisingly---forcing the multi-million dollar man's recording duties to go into repose. 2006 was the year of Diddy's last studio output in Press Play, which, basically was an open casting call to the who's who of the industry to supply the Bad Boy with firepower that couldn't be found in-house. Fortunately, the musical iso-period saw more endorsements land into the aggressively ambitious mogul's lap yet his lowkey presence on the charts was apparently put to good use as he's added some malleable pieces to the fray that look to improve his musical contributions. Coordinating the services of Dawn Richard (formally of Danity Kane) and Kalenna Harper, Diddy arguably assembles the best possible scenario for himself, constructing his own quasi-urban B-52's model. Together as <a href="">Dirty Money</a>, they embark on the Last Train To Paris; an avant-garde gala of posh records that combine the classiness of a black tie affair with all the sweat and brashness of the club scene.

Swizz Beatz

Yep, Another One Of Those Diddy Posts

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<a href=""> I had a strong suspicion that <a href="">Puff’s latest</a> wasn’t going to wind up being as bad as everyone hopes.


Diddy Parties Are Hot Fire, Son!

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<a href=""> What in the blue heezy just transpired? I'm not sure why anyone would watch a Ustream video of a Diddy party, but whoever did that and went so far as to record it deserves a medal of honor - and a prostitute for all of your loneliness - because that person caught footage of one of the most hilarious clips you'll see all year. It looks like the spirit of Dylan was in attendance at the Diddy Dirty Money party as a his soul jumped in this racially ambiguous naked girl's yak hair and caught it on fire. *<a href="">DeSean Fall</a>* at Kevin Hart's reaction.


Dirty Money – “Someone To Love Me” Video

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<a href=""> That last train to Parie is full steam ahead and now, Diddy-Dirty Money needs to find someone to hold and care for his tender heart in the wee hours of the night. He's got plenty of baby momma's and even more money, so, ladies if you're interested, start practicing your best "sure I'd love to sign a pre-nump face" and brave the freezing cold in your most expensive outfit to cop <a href="">his new album</a>.


Diddy Is Bout A Double Scoop Of Vanilla

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<a href=""> Twitter may have panned his SNL performance; and rightfully so. <a href="">Diddy's</a> strongest platform is of the nonmusical persuasion; directly communicating to the people without any audio derailing his swagger.

Skylar Grey

Dirty Money – “Coming Home” Video

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<a href=""> Jay Electronica may have not got onboard but Diddy isn't losing any sleep as his train to Parie is apparently still en route. Home is where the hatred is so Diddy and the girls are headed to the place where everybody knows your name: DUBAI. Seriously, if you have ever so much as been in a commercial in the United States, the people over in that desert will dub you a honorary monarch. Diddy is too cool for sunblock as he treks the waterless grounds with a chili bowl and leather jacket but it's can't stop, won't stop til his heart stops and you gotta respect it. The album supposedly drops on December 14th and I'm'll <a href="">change your life</a>.

Skylar Grey

J. Cole Books His Flight To Paris

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<a href=""> Realistically, I'm not expecting Cole World - that's what I'm calling the album for now - until the first quarter of 2011. However, bills must be paid and a buzz has to be maintained, which means <a href="">Jermaine</a> is still breathing air into microphones for the masses enjoyment.


Dirty Money Feat. Drake – “Loving You No More” Video

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<a href=""> Hey Diddy! Remember when you made this video and called it "<a href="">Satisify You</a>.

The Art Of War Mixtape

DJ Drama x Maino – The Art Of War

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<a href=""> The Art of War is here. Perhaps this is Maino’s statement to his doubters or his call to arms for his supporters. Either way, he’s serving as commander in chief and he’s taking his listeners to battle. In collaboration with DJ Drama and The Aphilliates, Maino spits more of his trademark simple, yet emotional raps that connect with most in some form or another. Jermaine’s found his niche, and revels in it for all to hear in this preemptive strike before The Day After Tomorrow. Contributers include Styles & Sheek, Diddy, PUSH! Montana and Snoop Dogg. Sun Tzu is now a Brooklynite. <a href=""> Download -- <a href="">DJ Drama & Maino - The Art Of War Mixtape</a> | <a href="">Alt. Link</a>.


Dirty Money Feat. Drake – “Loving You No More”

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<a href=""> Let's try this <a href="">again</a>, shall we.

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Dirty Money Feat. Rick Ross & Nicki Minaj – “Hello, Good Morning (Remix)” Video

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<a href=""> Gassed by million$ and talking flagarant in his fronts, Diddy is winning because Bad Boy Records is powered by everybody NOT signed to the label. Whatever stamps the ticket to that <a href="">Last Train To Paris</a>, I guess.

Rick Ross

Dirty Money Feat. Rick Ross & Nicki Minaj – “Hello, Good Morning (Remix)”

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<a href=""> As if Dame Diddy couldn't wait to exercise the terms and conditions of <a href="">his slave papers</a>, Ricky Ross and Nicki "Not Gonna Pay Homage To Lil Kim" Minaj help add some awareness to newly-pushed-back Last Train To Paris.

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