While promoting Revolt TV, Sean “Diddy” Combs stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Friday. To show the music network’s diversity, the hip-hop mogul had a dance off with Ellen.
With 45 seconds on the clock, he had to perform several dances including the moonwalk, cabbage patch, disco, hula, and even twerking.
“I just twerked for ya’ll. I lost a lot of street cred for doing that,” joked Puff.
While he officially goes by Diddy, he’s been feeling more like Puff Daddy these days. “I’ve been in a Puff Daddy spirit ’cause I’m launching this network and I had to go back to my roots of the aggression and the intensity and the relentlessness,” he told Ellen. “And that’s Puff Daddy. That’s a superhero.”
Just days after the launch of Revolt TV, Sean “Diddy” Combs plugged his new music network during his appearance on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Fresh from happy hour at the bar, the music mogul spoke about his dream to become the first African-American owner of an NFL team and why Revolt fills a void.
“Music has been homeless for a while. Since a lot of the music channels starting going to reality TV, they took the focus off of music,” said Diddy, who used to have his own reality shows on MTV. “We’re gonna become the ESPN of music.”
Jimmy asked whether he sided with him or Kanye West in their public feud. “I was team Kanye. I’m sorry,” admitted Puff, adding, “I just hope you don’t make fun of me like that.”
They also revisited his “No Shirt Sean” policy from his appearance in March. “We had a little delay in the release, so we decided that we was gonna push our release,” he said of his goal to get in shape by June.
He has deferred it until April 2014. “It’s been harder than I thought it would be,” he confessed.
Diddy, who was named the wealthiest artist in hip-hop by Forbes, also plugged his Ciroc vodka. When Kimmel asked if he’s become richer than fellow mogul Jay Z, he replied, “Nobody’s richer than Jay Z.”
It was all a dream, but last night Diddy turned it into a reality when he launched his music network Revolt TV by turning on the channel from the steps of the Notorious B.I.G.’s childhood home in Brooklyn. Following his introduction, the channel played its first music video, Biggie’s 1994 classic “Juicy.”
“There was never a question about what video would be on the air when Revolt went live,” said Diddy. “Biggie and I had this dream. We set off on a journey together. He was my partner. He was fearless. He inspires me. And today, Biggie will help to launch Revolt. Today, that dream becomes a reality.”
Revolt TV is now available to Time Warner Cable and Comcast subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami.
The revolution has begun. Sean “Diddy” Combs takes over your living room in the explosive commercial for his Revolt TV network. The hip-hop mogul rides the school bus with Lil Twist, Kylie Jenner, and his sons Christian and Quincy, while Miguel plays the guitar.
Meanwhile, chaos erupts throughout the city as young people celebrate the revolution. Machine Gun Kelly rocks atop a marquee, a piano lights on fire, and a chandelier swings from a light pole.
“Revolt is the new number one name in music on Time Warner Cable. This right here—cray cray!” proclaims Diddy.
The network launches Monday at 8 p.m. EST on Time Warner and Comcast.
Diddy and Cassie have kept their relationship pretty private, but they decided to share some intimate moments with their fans. Last night, the romantic couple showed just how in love they are by posting some personal pics on Instagram.
The “Me & U” singer knows how to treat her man well. After a long day of work, she gave him a foot massage. “@casandrae was talkin shit on IG earlier! But now dis is later . My Baby and she gives mean foot massage . Lol,” said the Bad Boy mogul.
After some pampering, a tired Diddy fell asleep on top of his boo in bed. “@iamdiddy can be pretty heavy sometimes… This picture is cute to me because I normally sleep on top of him… He really fell asleep like this ❤️,” tweeted Cassie.
While they don’t speak publicly about their relationship, the two often take trips together and were most recently spotted at Burning Man in Nevada.
DJ Khaled celebrates greatness on his star-studded anthem “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie.” The Miami DJ enlists Rick Ross, T.I., Meek Mill, Swizz Beatz, and Puff Daddy for the Beat Bully-produced cut off his upcoming album Suffering From Success.
“How you gonna compare yourself to greatness if you ain’t ready to be great, man?” asks Diddy on the motivational record.
Due Oct. 22, Khaled’s album also features collaborations with J. Cole, Wale, Future, 2 Chainz, John Legend, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and more.
Diddy may be No. 1 on Forbes Cash Kings list, but nothing could put a bigger smile on his face than seeing his daughters make their runway debut. The hip-hop mogul’s six-year-old twins, D’Lila and Jesse Combs, and daughter Chance walked in the Swarovski show during New York Kids Fashion Week on Saturday.
The pint-sized models ripped the runway in Ooh! La, La! Couture as their proud father looked on. Their mothers, Kim Porter and Sarah Chapman, as well as Diddy’s own mom Janice Combs were also in attendance and posed for a family portrait.
“My 3 little super models #ProudDad …I’m really in trouble! No for real. No dating till you’re 25!!! Haa lol,” tweeted Diddy. “Words can’t explain how proud I am of my young ladies ! There’s no greater feeling #fact.”
French Montana had everyone from Miley Cyrus to Lil Wayne remixing his street anthem “Ain’t Worried About Nothin.” Now the Coke Boy deals out the official remix featuring Diddy, Rick Ross, and Snoop Dogg.
“I ain’t worried about no banks ’cause I get drug money/ Ni**as talkin’ like they rich ain’t got my son’s money,” boasts “King Combs” on his flashy verse.
They will perform the song at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2013, airing on Oct. 15.