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The cinematic music video follows a boy who finds out that his mother is cheating on his dad with the rapper.
During the Compton MC's set, Diddy performs 'All About the Benjamins' and his verse on the remix of Future's 'Same Damn Time'.
In the new version, Cole makes a response to Kendrick Lamar's 'Control' verse while Pusha T makes a reference to his 'best album of the year,' 'My Name Is My Name'.
The rappers, who will be supported by Australia's 360 and New Zealand's David Dallas on the 4-city trek, will visit Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in February 2014.
The rapper releases a cinematic trailer promoting his upcoming tour with Wale that kicks off on Tuesday, September 10.
Diddy says the rumor saying he had a scuffle with Cole at an MTV Video Music Awards afterparty is not true.
The Roc Nation rapper says that he decides to reshoot the music video because the first version doesn't 'come out exactly' how he wants.
The Roc Nation artists will kick off the tour on at Miami's James L. Knight Center on September 10 before heading to Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, Boston and other cities across the U.S..
The 'Marvin's Room' crooner and his duet partner decide 'it is the right, responsible, and respectful decision to remove the lyric from the song.'
Responding to Anti-Bullying Alliance's demand, the rapper apologizes for his 'highly offensive' and 'hurtful' line in his and Drake's recent collaboration.
After spending two consecutive weeks at the chart's No. 2, the hip hop artist's latest album climbs to the the very top spot with 58,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The North Carolina MC teams up with the surviving members of the 90s girl group for the uplifting track.
The song is revealed to one lucky fan on Twitter, who casually asks the Roc Nation rapper when the full version of the track will be dropped.
Big Sean hypes up his soon-to-be-released mixtape by releasing a new music video for a song that features Mr. Nice Watch.
Fiona releases the video to promote her latest single from second studio album 'The MF Life'.