Bad Boy Records boss Diddy knows his past and present artist roster did more than just make hit records. The music mogul has acknowledged a savage Ma$e meme.
Early Sunday, Puff Daddy couldn't resist posting a Mason Betha meme onto his Instagram page.
Recently, Diddy acknowledged a huge Nas co-sign from his upcoming Can't Stop, Won't Stop film documentary.
"One thing I noticed is that the record company's one thing but he had the rest of the formula. He knew everything else record companies didn't know. He was already thinking like a record company before Bad Boy existed to me."
"He was already thinking like a record company before Bad Boy existed..." Love to my brother @Nas!! This movie is going to take you on a journey through past and the future!! God sent me here to inspire you and thats what this movie is going to do!! #CantStopWontStop The Movie premieres on @AppleMusic June 25th!! @LiveNationProductions
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A few weeks ago, Puff Daddy landed on Forbes' Hip-Hop's Wealthiest Artists 2017 list.
The only thing more predictable than a Diddy name change? His place atop our annual list of the wealthiest hip-hop artists. But the man formally known as Sean Combs now has some real competition. Jay Z's fortune has jumped 30% in the past year after a $200 million investment from Sprint reportedly put the valuation of his music-streaming service, Tidal, at $600 million, more than 10 times what he paid for the company two years ago. (Forbes)
Last year, Drake, Jay Z and Diddy landed on Forbes' Highest Paid Musicians list.
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