The Last Train to Paris pulled into Minneapolis for the first date of Diddy-Dirty Money’s “Coming Home” tour on Wednesday (April 13). Following opening sets from Tyga and Lloyd, Diddy, Dawn, and Kalenna lit up the stage with material from their debut album, kicking things off with “Yeah Yeah You Would” and segueing into the remix of Waka Flocka Flame’s “O Let’s Do It.”
“This is work. Ya’ll paid your money, right? We ain’t just gonna walk back and forth and grab our nuts; this is gonna be a show,” Puff promised the crowd before performing the group’s new Sade-sampled song “No Ordinary Love” and a cover of Prince’s “Something in the Water (Does Not Compute).”
Diddy dipped into the Bad Boy catalog with some of his classics and a tribute to the Notorious B.I.G. that included “I’ll Be Missing You,” “One More Chance,” “Hypnotize,” and more.
The trio’s month-long trek travels to New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and other cities before wrapping on May 15 in St. Louis.