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Video: Diddy Talks Glow in the Dark


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  1. D. Says:

    RIP BIG

  2. nation Says:

    2020: Shyne In The Light

  3. G7 Says:

    ha ha

  4. Get off 50's nuts Says:

    The DL community really sticks together….HA ha ha ha ha!

  5. Jimmy Valentime Says:

    aka
    kanye will you please executive produce my next album

    take that …take that ….

    on the real doesn’t puff know he kind of one of the guys who crashed the tatinc (hip-hop) in to the iceberg…..

  6. Eightys Baby Says:

    Im still bitter that I wont get to see the damn show, but everything that Im hearing has been off the charts.

    Fuck the concert diddy, lemme holla at Cassie for a minute. lol

  7. twerkolator Says:

    on the real though…the kanye west show really was superb…he killed it

  8. Marcus McFly Says:

    yeah that is definitely the best thing i’ve been to
    for him to bring all that energy to the stage by himself
    is amazing…if you haven’t been yet you need to get ya
    ass over there some how ASAP

  9. Hombre Negro Says:

    word up- lol- all yall got a point…

  10. JT Says:

    I was standing next to Diddy when Lupe played SOB’s wends, mother fucka was coughin and sneezing all over the place. He got my boy sick! Yeezy killed it though

  11. That Man Says:

    Kanye’s performance was grand when I went, but I felt like it lack crowd interaction. Still worth it though…for free.

    Lupe’s set was really short and fast. It was over in like 25 or 30 mins. Guess he had flight.

    lol

  12. Ehblogspot Says:

    Homo love at its best

  13. jfoxgotraps Says:

    thats what its all about. EVERYBODY sceams stop hatin, but rarely do you see men compliment each other publicly. One of my best friends pasted away friday… makes me wish i would have said more nice things. Yo! nice never goes out of style. Big ups to puff on this one……still not a puff fan though

  14. !Ven-Tech? Says:

    ?

  15. Maitai Says:

    Yes that concert at the Garden was really off the charts, had the ground shaking! Went to the Jay/Mary concert the week before and while that was good, this was on another dimension…and he really kept the crowd moving, I was really impressed with everything and everybody, including Rihanna who I had no expectations for…Kanye is definitely in a class all his own, and its nice that Diddy recognizes it enough to give props…now if he can stay out of hip-hop and let others do their thing that would be great…

  16. nation Says:

    co-sign jfoxgotraps, but diddy just wanted some channel views and gitd is the topic at hand

  17. buddyholly Says:

    theres way to much homo in this video and these comments…

    someone throw throw champagne on a bitch or sumtin damn smh

  18. That Man Says:

    Yeah, we need another Fat Joe and 50 cent bickering post soon.

    The sexual tension between them should be enough to knock out all those homo comments.

  19. buddyholly Says:

    That Man Says:

    May 17th, 2008 at 4:28 pm
    Yeah, we need another Fat Joe and 50 cent bickering post soon.

    The sexual tension between them should be enough to knock out all those homo comments.

    ^^^ Off brand nigga I didn’t mean to ruffle your feahters

    u mad? smh

  20. That Man Says:

    What?

    I was agreeing with you.

  21. Ryan Says:

    *tear*

    but… “sometimes those records aint be saying shit.”
    say that to yourself a few more times. please.

  22. foekist Says:

    THIS is just flat out WRONG… smh…

    tinyurl.com/52kng6

  23. That Man Says:

    Oh, I see now.

    I mention 50 cent. That’s why his alarm went off. Nevermind.

  24. Marcus McFly Says:

    lmao Ya’ll are some fucking phobes lol

    danm a nigga can’t thank another man for inspiration without it being labeled as homo anymore?

    anybody who seriously uses “No Homo” in real life is a fucking idiot IMO

  25. Doctor of Etherization Says:

    buddyholly

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Your name says it all..

    Your a fucking idiot.

    LMAO

    1

  26. Frank White Says:

    why doesnt 50 have any songs on GTA 4? I thought he was supposed to be running new york…

  27. D_Block_4_life Says:

    50 is an emotional women, thats pretty much all there is to it…..If Lupe would have taken the world by storm and he was in Lil Wayne position i bet you 50 would say something to discredit him, if the man isnt getting all the attention at all times then he cant handle it…just felt like baiting 2x

  28. jfoxgotraps Says:

    Hott is pop. best mc is what matters and its mathers.

  29. G7 Says:

    *glow in the dark crickets*

  30. Latarian Milton Says:

    i wonder if there are still morons out there who don’t think yeezy is the greatest

  31. Latarian Milton Says:

    somebody sign her:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KARlYABG3AQ&feature=user

  32. Rey Says:

    Props to Diddy for that one. I tend to agree with him. There aren’t a lot of people keeping it “Hip-Hop”, but Kanye’s one of them. Of course, that won’t stop people from disagreeing with me, but that just proves they don’t get it.

    Oh, and since we’re at it: Diddy’s nonsensical records > Everyone else’s nonsensical records.

    Peace to Eskay and the Nahggers.

  33. Fidel Cashflow Says:

    i wonder if there are still morons out there who don’t think yeezy is the greatest

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    nobody thinks that…. cuz he’s not….

  34. bvs Says:

    so he’s in love with hip hop again. doesn’t he know tht he is a huge part of the reason why love(as far as hip hop goes) don’t live here anymore? will he now stop putting out garbage and go back to cats like black rob and g depp? i doubt it

  35. Digital Scales Says:

    aaaaaooooooowwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. Latarian Milton Says:

    lol @ people getting emotional and saying diddy ruined hip-hop

    gtfoh

    diddy brought you biggie, be happy

    do you really want to get mad at somebody?

    get mad @ dre

    after the chronic, it became very, very profitable to rap a whole bunch of bullshit, and people been making a lot of money doing just that ever since

    diddy ruined hip-hop because he looped some disco records and put mase on them? lol give me a break. you need more peoples

  37. nation Says:

    talkbeer

  38. dougie Says:

    That was the shit. Say what you will but…

    1. He did not have to do that.
    2. Gratitude, from one brother to another, is important.
    3. It takes a lot to man up and tell someone you like their work, especially when you are in a position like Dids.

  39. D. Billz Says:

    Latarian Milton Says:

    May 18th, 2008 at 1:14 am
    lol @ people getting emotional and saying diddy ruined hip-hop

    ^Of course he didn’t do it by himself. He had help.

    gtfoh

    diddy brought you biggie, be happy

    ^Diddy brought us a lot of people. Where are they now?

    do you really want to get mad at somebody?

    get mad @ dre

    after the chronic, it became very, very profitable to rap a whole bunch of bullshit, and people been making a lot of money doing just that ever since

    ^The Chronic came out in 1992. Illmatic, Ready To Die, Me Against the World, Midnight Marauders, Doggy Style, Reasonable Doubt, The Low End Theory, and plenty others all followed The Chronic. Those were all bullshit, huh?

    >>diddy ruined hip-hop because he looped some disco records and put mase on them? lol give me a break. you need more peoples

    ^His track record of raping artists, saturating the scene with the flossy/icy/champagne stigma, and one of the prime cohorts for flooding albums with “singles”/radio hits is just a few of the inconsistencies he’s responsible for.

  40. sleep Says:

    Mase was cool until we found out he like trannies but him and puff had some monster hits together been around the world remixs is still my shit

  41. Paperstacker Says:

    after the chronic, it became very, very profitable to rap a whole bunch of bullshit, and people been making a lot of money doing just that ever since

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    lol, come on chea, i expect you to be up on your hip hop history. There were tons of classics that came after the chronic. I don’t even know how you randomly choose the chronic to be the point hip hop turned into talking about bullshit, you couldn’t be further off with that one. lmao, Hip hop aint turn into whatever your talking about till the late 90’s, at the least 96′.

    And for the record I liked most of the shit that came from the bad boy era. That includes all the mase and diddy shit. I mean who was filming 10 minute mini movies for their music videos back then?

    This video>any kanye west video, and I say kanye cause he has some of the creative out there..ok maybe im exaggerating but the swag and comedy in this video>

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pm8ESVtRlEU

  42. Paperstacker Says:

    I repeat

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pm8ESVtRlEU

  43. Rey Says:

    Gimme a break, Billz. You know dang well Diddy isn’t responsible for the shit that’s out now. Diddy stopped having a major impact in ’99. Sheeit, even his 2002 renaissance with “I Need a Girl” was more him taking Ja Rule’s love song raps formula and getting higher profile features on it.

    Diddy sold millions, and he did it with quality music. The imitators and biters were just that–imitators and biters. Or, as Obi Wan Kenobi said: “Who’s more foolish? The fool or the fool who follows him?”

    *b-boy stance*

  44. Rey Says:

    Cosign Paperstacker.. That video was legen…dary.

    The Bad Boy era was incredible, and more successful than any other boutique rap label. Everybody’s first album out went platinum. Nobody else did that, not the Roc, Murder Inc, Ruff Ryders, Cash Money, or No Limit.

    Well, okay, Aftermath did that, but then Em and Dre got lazy and decided they wanted to make dough offa Curtis, and we all know he’s the reason rap went in the shitter.

  45. lurker Says:

    Man is it just the fashion these days to hate on curtis? Damn, I mean I aint even on dukes like that but im supposed to blame him for the abundance of shitty music? Nah.

  46. Nanyanen Says:

    get mad @ dre

    ^^^ still on the same shit two days later? gtfoh.

    Detox is gunna be pifftastic… in 2012.

  47. G7 Says:

    diddy was partly responsible for f#cking up the game in the mid-late 90’s for sure. thank god the lox snapped out of it and got out of them shiny suits.

  48. b-ease Says:

    My .02 cents.

    Puff is responisble for a large part of where hiphop is today. No question. But its not because Puff made wack shit. Puff made great music. It was Puffy’s invention of the “playa hater” that ruined hiphop. The norm had always been that if someone made wackshit, they got called on it (pm dawn and kris, “gas face”, etc). Puff made this an attribue of a “hater” and thus hiphop lost a major facet of its interal quality control.

    On the musical level, the current state of hiphop is Jay’s fault more than anyones. By forsaking an “east coast sound” on Vol.3 and co-signing the still bubbling south movement. His co-signing of UGK and Juvenile opened the floodgates. Now, I’m not knocking UGK or Juve, but if Jay hadnt got on the “Ha” remix, I probably wouldnt have to be aware that somebody like Rocco even fucking existed. Jay made southern tinged rap what it is, not Master P. And he should be credited and villified for it.

  49. G7 Says:

    ^that’s a different twist on things. i never thought of blaming jay before.

  50. G7 Says:

    server on sunday > the rest of the week

  51. pockets Says:

    wow he started getting uncomfortable when he was saying thanks kanye near the end. like he was nervous giving someone else props, i saw a bead of sweat fall off his head. no homo. or maybe that was just the ecstasy kicking in.

    “thanks Ye…u know…sometimes its hard…to give another man his props….is it hot in here or is it just me?”

    *dumps bucket of champaigne on himself*

  52. pockets Says:

    in my opinion murphy lee had the most to do with where hip hop is today. the way he alternated his rhyme scheme definitely influenced the entire midwest and gave birth to many imitating rappers. i saw him perform at a modell’s, he absolutely tore it down. changed my life. and then he bought a Jansport backpack.

  53. pockets Says:

    diddy is what he call a twat in the hood. hes the type of dude that is confident but when u run up on him with the nerf rocket launcher to the jugular hes spilling his beans and loses all of his swagger. hes a twat (c) my homie doorag Pete

  54. pockets Says:

    *we invented the crickets crickets*

  55. pockets Says:

    eskay ruined hip hop cuz he farted shit was nasty

  56. Digital Scales Says:

    HOW YOU DONT BIG UP BIGGIE WHEN YOU TALKING ABOUT YOUR SUCCESS??

  57. G7 Says:

    >>wow he started getting uncomfortable when he was saying thanks kanye near the end. like he was nervous giving someone else props

    ^yeah. he struggled with that.

  58. yaboy Says:

    *comes back from lurking*

    wow chea, your comments are really pretty stupid sometimes…

  59. RIGZ Says:

    Anyone that thinks Puff isnt thoroughly hip-hop, isnt hip-hop themselves

    Check this mans resume

    Dont fool yourselves

  60. sleep Says:

    This chick asked me to marry her so she could get her green card. She’s bad as fuck but I can’t cause I know myself and ima get on some turning her into some sex slave shit and that would be wrong sorta like when puff stole g-dep song and made it his eventhough deep had 3 verses.

  61. Rey Says:

    I thoroughly explained how 50 is responsible for the destruction of hip-hop in my blog. It’s a compelling argument at the very least…

    …or are we supposed to ignore that 50 made it big with virtually NO good lyrics whatsoever thanks to catchy hooks and good beats, and then–miracle of miracles–everyone else followed suit?

    Or how about the fact that he shat on lyrical artists under the guise of, “They didn’t sell so they don’t matter. I sold and therefore I do”?

    Or the fact that his faux-tough guy bullshit and “aggressive content” paved the way for nonsense like Crunk to become popular amongst the Young White Male demographic that has been proven time and time again to be the demographic that purchases albums?

    I could keep going, but I probably lost you at “thoroughly”.

  62. RIGZ Says:

    # G7 Says:
    May 18th, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    ^that’s a different twist on things. i never thought of blaming jay before.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    Real talk, you wanna know when Jay (unintentionally) fucked up the game??

    When he told Prodigy “I sold what your whole album sold in my first week”

    Never mind the fact that Mobb just created 5 flawless albums (Infamous, H.O.E., Episodes of a Hustla, Murda Muzik, HNIC)…And their catalogue was better than Jay’s…

    Jay made sales overpower classic status…even though he didnt mean to…

    But now thats the game’s motto: “If I sold more, I’m better”

    Even if Jay dont think like that himself, the kids that grew up on him do

  63. buddyholly Says:

    nah ya’ll got it all twisted and shit… its lil’ homie Nas that you need to blame

    Nas created a fire storm and gave cred to contradicting smart dumb niggas that till this day I have to deal with. smh

    When we going back to Africa Nas? I thought we was supposed to reconnect wit da motherland b? Did I miss that jumpoff? “God’s Son” you supposed to lead example? what? now its “I can be a nigger too”? smh

    *burns kufi*

  64. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    50 made it big with virtually NO good lyrics whatsoever thanks to catchy hooks and good beats, and then–miracle of miracles–everyone else followed suit?

    ^^^Naw Early in 50’s career he was pretty dope imo. After his 1st album thats when everything went down hill.

  65. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    No Limit’s success> Bad Boy’s

  66. sleep Says:

    Hip hop labels best with the runs
    1.Bad boy (94-99)
    2.death row (92-when ever pac died)
    3.Cash money(99-03)
    4.No limit(98-00)
    5.Ruff ryders(99-01)
    I want to say the roc but that was jay by himself those other niggas never really sold records.some of my years may be a little off yoh let me know

  67. bvs Says:

    b-ease hit the nail right on the head with his comment. that “hater” sh*t had people everywhere afraid to call somebody wack. it had people of such uneven status doing joints together, which in turn gave credibility to the wacker one. puff is a big big B.I.G. part of what whored out hip hop. Big was dope, but he had some wack joints too, and you know puff was behind those. and the truth is …. and you can look at everybody puff ever dealt with and know, that if Big was still alive, puff would not be rocking with dude still. you can’t deny that. the thing is too that when bad boy was at its peak EVERYBODY was just trying to do what they did, which in turn led to more and more trash flooding the airwaves and video shows, and clubs and……..all that. denying that is like saying George W. Bush’s two terms as president have nothing to do with the events of september 11th, the war in iraq, the loss of certain civil rights, and the price of gas today. its all related.

  68. Nah Right » Blog Archive » What You Don’t Got is My Natural Glow Says:

    […] So I finally caught Glow In The Dark last night in Philly. Actually, it was in Camden, NJ, but it was considered the Philly show, kind of like how New York’s biggest annual concert also takes place in the Garden State. Apologies for the shitty audio and video, but honestly, it could be crystal clear and still wouldn’t convey the sheer awesomeness that was this show. Diddy was not lying to you. I’ve been to my share of arena concerts, but I’ve never seen crowd participation like I witnessed last night. I was like 6 or 7 rows from the stage and to look back and see 30,000 people all losing their noodle to "Can’t Tell Me Nothin’" was something you just can’t describe with mere words. If GITD hasn’t passed through your city yet, do yourself a favor, and beg, borrow or steal your way in. […]

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