Last Train To Paris is another Diddy album, which means its all about the collaborations while Diddy does a few hooks and “raps” a verse or two. That being said, some of the tracks on here look like they could be pretty good. We’ll see when the Last Train To Paris arrives on December 14th.
2. Yeah Yeah You Would
3. I Hate That You Love Me
4. Ass On The Floor (Feat. Swizz Beatz)
5. Looking For Love (Feat. Usher)
6. Someone To Love Me
7. Hate You Now
8. Yesterday (Feat. Chris Brown)
9. Shades (Feat. Lil Wayne & Justin Timberlake)
10. Angels (Feat. Notorious B.I.G.)
11. Your Love (Feat. Trey Songz)
12. Strobe Lights (Feat. Lil Wayne)
13. Hello Good Morning (Feat. T.I.)
14. I Know (Feat. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa)
15. Coming Home (Feat. Skylar Gray)
16. Loving You No More (Feat. Drake)
This is a cut off his street album “The Money Pit Part 2″
Aasim was always nice and i hope he gets his shine…Aasim’s “The Money Pit, Part 2″ mixtape /album will feature production from No I.D., Mario Winans, Antwan “Amadeus” Thompson, Rock Raida, Aasim, Akos (who produced “Feel Stronger”), Nocko and more.
More footage of Jim Jones educating the youth has surfaced. I didn’t know that he was teaching a “Music Business” class and I’m wondering if the school he’s teaching at couldn’t find anyone else. I mean Jim Jones? A Music Business class? I can think of a few people that might have a few more credentials in this area. 50 Cent, Diddy, and Jay-Z are all New York area MC’s who have created empires stemming from their music careers. 50 made 100 million selling Vitamin Water, Diddy has…well Diddy has everything, Jay’s got the 40/40 chain, Roc Nation, Beyonce, the list goes on and on. I think that Brooklyn High could have gotten someone a lot better to teach these kids.
Diddy brings out Ricky Ross at the House Of Blues in Atlantic City and addresses the statements he made about The Bawse and Notorious B.I.G. Afterwards, Ricky performs his latest hit “B.M.F.” in which the crowd goes bananas for. He follows up with some bars over the “Angels” remix. Check it out!
At the Highline Ballroom in Gotham City, Jay Electronia rocked a sold out show with Joell Ortiz. Here he performs “The Ghost of Christopher Wallace” with “Eternal Sunshine” as the intro. “Eternal Sunshine” is my favorite Jay Elect track, and the Biggie tribute sounds a lot better without Diddy talking on it.