Diddy ft. Lil Wayne & Justin Timberlake – Shades

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Tagless version of this. Not to be confused with “Strobe Lights.” Supposedly off Last Train to Paris, although I’m not sure what’s the new release date. Props to THI.

Diddy feat. Lil Wayne & Justin Timberlake – Shades (No DJ) | Mediafire

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53 Responses to “Diddy ft. Lil Wayne & Justin Timberlake – Shades”

  1. mcb Says:

    RRRRRRAPID FIRRRRRREEEEEEE

  2. London Bloke Says:

    I cant hear this track, but prior to this, i had good hopes for LTtP

    Hope this continues it

  3. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Realistically, Diddy lost my attention for this album. I was excited about this project earlier this year. But once Interscope dropped their heavy weights for the summer (Drake and Em in back to back weeks) Diddy just basically shelved this album. But I fucks with all of the singles he’s released so far

  4. dos equis Says:

    Niggaz made shades a trend

  5. landlord Says:

    Puffy hasnt make a good sounding record since Biggie & Kim died …

    Sean John needs to stick to sewing and STFU in the studio

  6. Remixznflow Says:

    # landlord Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    Puffy hasnt make a good sounding record since Biggie & Kim died …

    Sean John needs to stick to sewing and STFU in the studio

    ^
    with the kinda money he has… i dont see him easing off the studio time fam…

  7. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    I think decoding niggas aliases is just as lame as the person with the alias.Why spend so much time and effort toward some lame?You become lame by association.LOL

  8. London Bloke Says:

    I went for a suit from DC pops once.

    Never returned after he try extra “cuppage” on the leg measurement.

  9. Remixznflow Says:

    wtf is this shit?

  10. A chick Says:

    landlord Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:12 pm
    Puffy hasnt make a good sounding record since Biggie & Kim died …

    Sean John needs to stick to sewing and STFU in the studio
    —————
    NOT TRUE

    Mase & Diddy >>> BIG & Diddy >> LOON & Diddy

    and don’t get me started on that Usher & Diddy….

  11. Remixznflow Says:

    # S.I.C.K.VET Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    I think decoding niggas aliases is just as lame as the person with the alias.Why spend so much time and effort toward some lame?You become lame by association.LOL

    ^
    agreed… but still… why make an alias?

    its all strange to me…

    i been remixz since i got here.. and remixz ill stay… if you fucked up and said some shit you didnt mean and cant take back (like Tong po) live with it..

  12. Remixznflow Says:

    i repeat:

    the FUCK is this shit?

  13. cOLD Says:

    true, but its the act of being duped and deceived thats bothersome. like you over here have a real convo with what you think is three of four people, meanwhile he/she behind the monitor hee-hawing it up.

  14. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    FTR Casket and Amp are diff people

    Everyone knows cOLD’s aliases
    Everyone knows Beezyes aliases
    Boosie is HH and the Jeezy character
    Everyone knows Landlords aliases
    Coonery is fuckboy music.

    It’s really not that serious. Really, it isn’t.

  15. els Says:

    Lil B ghostwrote and ghostproduced this entire record

  16. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Mase & Diddy >>> BIG & Diddy >> LOON & Diddy

    ^A chick, are you sure you meant to put Mase & Diddy as greater than BIG & Diddy…

  17. landlord Says:

    cOLD Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:17 pm
    true, but its the act of being duped and deceived thats bothersome. like you over here have a real convo with what you think is three of four people, meanwhile he/she behind the monitor hee-hawing it up.

    ————-

    not to mention the weirdo niggas that know how to use other peoples’ screen names..

    thats that creepy shit

  18. cOLD Says:

    FTR Casket and Amp are diff people

    Everyone knows cOLD’s aliases
    Everyone knows Beezyes aliases
    Boosie is HH and the Jeezy character
    Everyone knows Landlords aliases
    Coonery is fuckboy music.

    It’s really not that serious. Really, it isn’t.

    ^ nutshell (pause)

  19. iKeepsIt100.com Says:

    wow this song is fuckin terrible….wtf…smh

  20. A chick Says:

    ^A chick, are you sure you meant to put Mase & Diddy as greater than BIG & Diddy
    ————–
    Absolutely!

    Diddy only served as BIG’s hype man at the time. I can’t even think of any songs they have together.

  21. D. Billz Says:

    dos equis Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Also, we must deviate from the thought of just aiming our products at just Black people. As a matter of fact, if you really wanna be strategic, start off with simple designs and hit up these independent rap shows where you have a broad demographic. Fashion is all about being bold and reachin’ out to people. A Black owned business is still a Black owned business no matter WHO’S buying it. But you need to have goals in mind. For instance, if you plan to just do some local gear and cater it to that market then do that. DC has been doing it for years (Hobo, Mchunu, Shooters, etc). But if your goal is to reach other people then you gotta take a different route.

    ^^I understand what you’re saying, but in this world black consumers dont give black companies a fair chance..as a black clothing owner youll simply wake up one day and niggaz wont be fucking with u no more cause you arent trendy, no matter your quality..sean john, roc, etc was more popular than gucci a few years ago..now when those same black companies have to compete with established 100 year companies that’s where the demise of black companies happen.

    Whites are still buying Tommy, DKNY etc.

    Everything is cyclical so black owned clothing co’s will come back in style again, just not under the same names as which they left.

    ^ Which goes back to my original point is that you gotta play to win. Change is great. It’s hard to change something when you have success doing the same thing over and over again. But when you start to feel that people might be looking for something new then it’s time to reinvent yourself and your company and do something new. Put out a boutique line or a small collection in the same places other streetwear brands are sold and keep goin’. Then when the tables turn go back to doing what you were doing from the jump. The people who support those other brands (Tommy, Ralph, Nautica) is because they stick to the core of what they do: polos, pants, and sweaters. Yeah, they venture out and do other things because they know that there’s a market out there that always wants to see somethin’ new. Also, those brands erected [||] with a simple target audience in mind. Tommy had the preps. Nautica had the boaters (and fat people). Ralph had your casual man. We gotta stop trying to do/be everything and develop a niche. When all else fails you have to be able to fall back on the ones who helped build your brand. Skateboarders, construction workers, or whoever that may be.

    And contrary to popular belief there are Black designers out there who have their clothing in some very high end stores. But we only know about what we see. Like I said, you gotta study this stuff yo. Books, the MAGIC in Vegas, demographic, etc. That would be my suggestion. KNOW what you’re doing and LOVE what you’re doing.

  22. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    FTR Casket and Amp are diff people

    ^I refuse to be unplugged from the matrix

  23. Remixznflow Says:

    hey diddy…

    dont put this trash out on the street….

    just dont…

    keep this one in the vault…

  24. landlord Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:18 pm
    FTR Casket and Amp are diff people

    Everyone knows cOLD’s aliases
    Everyone knows Beezyes aliases
    Boosie is HH and the Jeezy character
    Everyone knows Landlords aliases
    Coonery is fuckboy music.

    It’s really not that serious. Really, it isn’t.

    —————

    basically

    still not 100 on amp/casket though

  25. cOLD Says:

    not to mention the weirdo niggas that know how to use other peoples’ screen names..

    thats that creepy shit

    ^ roffle, or how some troll will remember some shit you said back in 08′… weird. You know that troll used to get it poppin on nah before he was ethered off.

  26. Remixznflow Says:

    damn billz…

    do you ever comment in 20 words or less?

  27. D. Billz Says:

    # A chick Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:20 pm

    ^A chick, are you sure you meant to put Mase & Diddy as greater than BIG & Diddy
    ————–
    Absolutely!

    Diddy only served as BIG’s hype man at the time. I can’t even think of any songs they have together.

    ^ How is that a bad thing? That’s all the hell he should’ve been doing anyway. Hyping. Not rapping with them baby whale teeth in his mouth.

  28. 007 Says:

    #cOLD Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:19 pm
    FTR Casket and Amp are diff people

    Everyone knows cOLD’s aliases
    Everyone knows Beezyes aliases
    Boosie is HH and the Jeezy character
    Everyone knows Landlords aliases
    Coonery is fuckboy music.

    It’s really not that serious. Really, it isn’t.

    ^ nutshell (pause)

    ^Take of your mask b(c) someone?

  29. D. Billz Says:

    # Remixznflow Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    damn billz…

    do you ever comment in 20 words or less?

    ^ I actually haven’t typed a mini-graph in a while.

  30. b Says:

    i hope jail does the same thing for waynes career that it did for ti’s.i then hope some cat from ny or the surrounding area dmx’s the game making the kinda music that drake makes, and all this southern shit obsolete

  31. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    Diddy only served as BIG’s hype man at the time. I can’t even think of any songs they have together.

    ^oh, you’re talking about songs they did together, not the quality of music that was released… ok, I won’t argue with you. I still don’t agree, but we can agree to disagree

  32. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *does Diddy dance*

    *gets sudden urge for breast milk*

  33. landlord Says:

    b Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    i hope jail does the same thing for waynes career that it did for ti’s

    ———-

    so you want Wayne to just start telling on niggas, and wearing hidden wires at cookouts?

  34. cOLD Says:

    is the Ghost of christopher wallace Jay Elecs greatest “full” song?

  35. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    is Jody Breeze still ghost writing this niggas rhymes?

  36. Remixznflow Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    is the Ghost of christopher wallace Jay Elecs greatest “full” song?

    ^
    *thinks*

    no…

  37. landlord Says:

    *puts on suspenders and bow tie*

    *does Fonzworth Bentley dance*

  38. cOLD Says:

    *thinks*

    no…

    ^ what say you?

  39. landlord Says:

    does jay electronica even have a full song?

    or just assembled pieces of a dream?

    where is that nigga?

    smh @ Badu’s coochie

  40. Remixznflow Says:

    # cOLD Says:
    September 21st, 2010 at 12:27 pm

    *thinks*

    no…

    ^ what say you?

    ^
    eternal sunshine – the pledge

    dealing

    exhibit c

    i cant just choose one.. but there is three lol…

  41. hl Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    Diddy only served as BIG’s hype man at the time. I can’t even think of any songs they have together.

    ^ How is that a bad thing? That’s all the hell he should’ve been doing anyway. Hyping. Not rapping with them baby whale teeth in his mouth.

    *chokes on sandwich*

  42. cOLD Says:

    smh @ Badu’s coochie

    ^ word.

  43. Remixznflow Says:

    does jay electronica even have a full song?

    or just assembled pieces of a dream?

    where is that nigga?

    smh @ Badu’s coochie

    ^
    jay elec is either a genius (i pray its this) or a fucking idiot…

  44. dos equis Says:

    But when you start to feel that people might be looking for something new then it’s time to reinvent yourself and your company and do something new.

    ^^once again..I understand but the truth of the matter is white companies just dont feel the pressures to “stay in front of the trend” like black companies do, Gucci logo hasnt changed in 50 years, Polo logo..no..burberry print? no.

    Rocawear changed up their logo and and design aesthetics at least 2-3 times during the last 5 years or so and still get shitted on. These are major brands that struggle. Black consumers are just trendy and they will come back to “trending” black made goods eventually but you as a company have absolutely no control on how fickle they will be in accordance with your brand.

    Black purchasing tastes are cyclical..white tastes are more linear..thats just fact.

  45. Remixznflow Says:

    ^ How is that a bad thing? That’s all the hell he should’ve been doing anyway. Hyping. Not rapping with them baby whale teeth in his mouth.

    ^
    now see….

  46. ghost writer Says:

    landlord Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:25 pm
    b Says:

    September 21st, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    i hope jail does the same thing for waynes career that it did for ti’s

    ———-

    so you want Wayne to just start telling on niggas, and wearing hidden wires at cookouts?

    ^
    Hahaha

  47. hl Says:

    is the Ghost of christopher wallace Jay Elecs greatest “full” song?

    ^I’m partial to that Prayer to Mike Vick song. Not sure if that’s considered a full song, but he was breaking atoms on that one.

  48. cOLD Says:

    eternal sunshine – the pledge

    dealing

    exhibit c

    i cant just choose one.. but there is three lol…

    ^ I’d have to say swagger jacksons revenge, but since that’s not a full song, I’d go with ghost of c.w.

  49. 007 Says:

    Camron-Fairytale>>>>>>>>>

  50. cOLD Says:

    I’m partial to that Prayer to Mike Vick song. Not sure if that’s considered a full song, but he was breaking atoms on that one

    ^ truth, I forgot about this joint.

  51. cOLD Says:

    shit did change course since ripping it with main source.

  52. comehomenow Says:

    This is a train wreck.

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