AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Bryson Tiller have enlisted their famous pals to appear in "Gotta Move On" music video. Those who are featured in the Wednesday, July 20 clip include Tiffany Haddish, London On Da Track, Joie Chavis, Serayah as well as KenStarrrz among others.
The Teyana Taylor-directed visuals begins with Tiffany, who plays a bouncer in the clip, welcoming guests at Club Love. "Your smile is right. Go ahead inside. Eh, eh, eh, I feel like you a little bit bitter," she tells patrons hoping to gain entry into the venue.
"Ah, I think you a little bit messy. I'm gonna need you to go to the end of the line and get your chakras together," the comedienne adds. "Sis, sis, look, look. I like your vibe, I'ma let you in the club, but I can’t let you in just at this moment, OK?"
Diddy then arrives along with Bryson, his sons Quincy, Justin and Christian Combs and some other pals. After giving Tiffany a warm hug, the emcee asks, "What's the frequency?" to which she replies, The frequency is all love, brother, you go on and look."
Yung Miami's voice can be heard welcoming the guests. "Welcome to Club Love, you know the drill! If you ain't come to bop? If you ain't come to have a good time? You ain't gotta go home, but you gotta get the f**k outta here!" she exclaims.
Inside the red-lit club, Diddy approaches his ex (played by Serayah). However, she refuses Diddy until Bryson pulls him away to prevent a scene. "If she don't want my love, I'm guessin' I gotta move on, I guess/ I guess, I guess, I came a little too strong, I guess," the 29-year-crooner sings in the chorus.
Upset, Diddy heads to the bathroom and destroys everything. Luckily, a new woman catches his attention so the hip-hop mogul can continue enjoying the party.
Diddy and Bryson released "Gotta Move On" in June. It marks the former's official return to music and the first release from his forthcoming R&B album on his new imprint Love Records, in partnership with Motown Records.