#FlashBack Friday: 6 Things We Can Expect From The Retun of Puff Daddy

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June 19th, 2014 marked the return of Puff Daddy when the artist formally known as Diddy hosted an event in Miami’s Story nightclub. Frequent rap collaborator Ma$e was there to join the party and the hip hop celebrated in unison. But what does the return of Puff Daddy really mean?

1. Mase

There can’t be a Puffy without Mase. They’ve made some of the most classic buddy raps of all time.

With Drake reuniting them at last year’s at OVO Fest

The appearance on Eric Bellinger new single

and talk of a new collab featuring Rick Ross & Kanye West

we can only hope that Puff and Mase connect in the studio one more time for some classic hip hop.

2. Rap & B

Bad Boy ran 90’s Rap/R&B collab scene with artists like Faith Evans, Carl Thomas, Total, 112 and Kelly Price. We can only hope that he cranks out more hits with new r&b phenoms like The Weeknd, August Alsina, Jhene Aiko, Trey Songz, Chris Brown and Ty Dolla$. Lets check out some Puff Daddy R&B hits of the past.

3. Bad Boy Records

Bad Boy Records was the All-Star indie label of the 90’s producing some of the best artists that Hip Hop has ever seen. Could the return of Puff Daddy mean the return of Bad Boy Records? Lets check out some of Puffy’s hottest acts.

4. Big Budget Videos

In today’s era of Chief Keef & Youtube all you need is a cellphone camera, a bunch of homies & a wifi connection to make a music video. Long gone are the days of pyrotechnics, video vixens and million dollar budgets. One thing we all know about Sean Combs is he does it big, so we can most definitely expect to see mini-movies when his new singles drop.

5. Remixes

Puff Daddy is the king of the remix. Dj Khaled has nothing on him.

6. Reality Tv

Before there was Love & Hip Hop there was Making The Band 2, and now that Puff has his own Tv Network I’m pretty sure that he has something new up his sleeve…. Y’all remember Mysterious?

Or when Babs aint get her weave?

The return of Puff Daddy means a summer full of fun hip hop records, a couple of one hit wonders and maybe, just maybe, shiny suits. All of which sound very entertaining. Check out Puffy’s new single “I Want The Love” featuring Meek Mill.

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