Posts tagged ‘DIDDY’

THURSDAY IPOD “DANCE” MIXX

IPOD “DANCE” MXX

1. The Motto-DRAKE

2. Ooh Ahh-DANITY KANE

3. Touching My Body-DANITY KANE

4. Bottle Pop-PUSSY CAT DOLLS

5. Vibrate-PETEY PABLO

6. Yeah!-USHER

7. Housequake (12 inch unreleased remix)-PRINCE

8. Ass on the floor-DIRTY MONEY

9. Special feeling-DIDDY

10. Million Dollar Girl-TRINA

11. Need that-DAY26

12. Feedback (SoSo Def remix)-JANET JACKSON

13. Milkshake-KELIS

14. Sex Shooter (extended)APOLLONIA 6

15. Make-Up-VANITY 6

16. I Would Die 4 U-PRINCE

17. S&M-RIHANNA

18. S.O.S-RIHANNA

19. Can’t get you outta head-KYLIE MINOGUE

20. TimeBomb-KYLIE MINOGUE

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THE “2012” IPOD MIXX

20111231-192259.jpg2012-New Year Mixx

1. It’s Ecstasy, When You Lay Down Next To Me-Barry White

2. You Bring Me Joy-Mary J. Blige

3. Satin Soul-Barry White

4. Playing Your Game, Baby-Barry White

5. Take A Toke [Robi-Rob’s JEEP Mix!]-C+C Music Factory

6. Scent Of Attraction-Patra

7. Sexual Feeling-Patra

8. Rude Boy-Rihanna

9. Talk That Talk-Rihanna

10. Umbrella-Rihanna

11. Stay Down-Mary J. Blige

12. Hurt Again-Mary J. Blige

13. I Love U (Yes I Du)-Mary J. Blige

14. I Love You-Faith Evans

15. You Da One-Rihanna

16. Can’t Get Enough-J. Cole

17. All I Want Is You-Miguel

18. Someone To Love Me (Naked)-Mary J. Blige

19. Ass On The Floor-Dirty Money

20. I Hate That You Love Me-Dirty Money

21. Run The World (Girls)-Beyonce

22. Party-Beyonce

23. Lift Off-KANYE WEST & JAY Z

24. Fancy-Drake

25. HOUSTALATAVEGAS-Drake

26. The Real Her-Drake

27. Crew Love-Drake

28. I Can Transform Ya-Chris Brown

29. Drop It Low-Ester Dean

30. Turnin Me On-Keri Hilson

31. Everything, Everyday, Everywhere-Fabolous

32. Me & U-Cassie

33. Ooh Ahh-Danity Kane

34. Where Have You Been-Rihanna

35. Take Care-Drake

36. Doing It Wrong-Drake

37. Birthday Cake-Rihanna

38. Watch n’ Learn-Rihanna

39. Romantic Call-Patra

40. No Letting Go (Remix)-Wayne Wonder

41. Doin’ It-LL Cool J

MOGULS SAY THE DUMBEST THINGS: DIDDY-VS-RICKY PARKER-CIROC=STUPIDITY

Diddy claims he “backslid and regressed” when he shouted racial and homophobic slurs at a clubgoer in Atlanta this weekend … and now the rap mogul is begging for forgiveness.

Diddy went to his Twitter page a few hours ago … and issued an apology to his fans for the way he acted inside The Compound nightclub Saturday night … Diddy threw ice at a clubgoer, threatened to fight the guy … and then called him a “n**ga” and a “f**got.”

Diddy explained, “I’m sorry for the ignorant way I repesented myself … I have backslid and regressed. Forgive me for my ignorance. Pray for me pls. I know better and I am better.”

He added, “I have a responibility that I promise I will live up to. And I’m more dissapointed in myself than you know. I will humble myself and learn.”

Ricky Parker, the man on the receiving end of the slurs says he felt “humiliated and disrespected” by Diddy … and claims he will no longer support the hip hop icon.

Parker tells us he couldn’t believe that Diddy would attack him so ferociously, simply because he was drinking Grey Goose vodka that night and NOT Ciroc vodka, which Diddy serves as a spokesperson for.

Parker tells us, “You won’t ever hear me support him from this moment forward.”

WHO’S MAKING “BANK” IN HIP/HOP?

Jay-Z and Kanye West consider themselves the kings of the rap game. Not only have they said as much with the title of their newly released album — “Watch the Throne” — but they take every opportunity to brag about their private jets, their cars and anything else with a big price tag.

Whatever you think of their music — but really, what’s not to like? — it turns out they are justified. Forbes has released its list of the past year’s top earners among hip-hop artists — never mind that Jay-Z is definitively a rapper — and Jay and Kanye come in at first and third respectively.

Sandwiched in between? Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Jay-Z laps everyone but Diddy, raking in $37 million to Diddy’s $35 million. West accrued a paltry-in-comparison $16 million.

While the collaboration between Jay-Z and West has been and will continue to be lucrative, it has also strained an already tense relationship.

So don’t get your hopes up for a collaboration between all three.

As for the rest of the list, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Akon and Ludacris round out the top 10.

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