The track features American R&B singer-songwriter Usher.
The music video was directed by Colin Tilley, and it premiered in late May 2011.
“Someone to Love Me (Naked)” is a song and music video by American recording artist Mary J. Blige, taken from her tenth studio album My Life II, The Journey Continues.
Written by Jerry “Wonder” Duplessis and Leroy Watson, the song is a remix of “Someone to Love Me” from Diddy-Dirty Money’s debut album, Last Train to Paris. The song samples “You Roam When You Don’t Get It At Home” performed by The Sweet Inspirations.
The music video premiered in early April 2011.
The Colin Tilley directed music video premiered in early April 2011. The remix and video versions feature Rick Ross, unlike the Album version which only features Trey Songz.
New albums this week in Stores from Britney Spears – Femme Fatale, Chris Brown – F.A.M.E., Snoop Dogg – Dogguementary, Wiz Khalifa – Rolling Papers, Jennifer Hudson – I Remember Me, E-40 – Revenue Retrievin’, among many others.
New singles this week in Stores from Lil’ Wayne feat. Rick Ross – John, T-Pain feat. Chris Brown – Best Love Song, Lloyd – Cupid, Lil Twist – Love Affair, Trina feat. Rick Ross – Waist So Skinny, Porcelain Black feat. Lil’ Wayne – This is What Rock N Roll Looks Like, Mindless Behavior feat. Ciara, Tyga & Lil Twist – My Girl (Remix), Lady Gaga – Born This Way (The Remixes Pt.1 & Pt. 2), among many others listed below.
The track features American R&B singer-songwriter Chris Brown.
“I’m On You” is the first single from Russian rapper Timati‘s upcoming third solo studio album, The Boss: USA Edition.
As you already know, this entire video (and Diddy-Dirty Money) has everything to do with Dawn Richard, and more recently relevent Kalenna. These two girls blow this song out of the water, if you didn’t already know everything Dawn Richard works on turns into gold, no difference here. Just, where is Dawn’s studio album?!
You might be interested in the PokerStars promos throughout the video, or maybe Timati or Diddy are just your thing to keep you interested. Eitherway, looks to be an expensive video, but overall it is a great track – and very nice catchy song. Enjoy and bump this!
New albums this week (and a few weeks before) include but not limited to: T.I. – No Mercy, The Black Eyed Peas – The Beginning, Diddy–Dirty Money – Last Train To Paris, Flo Rida – Only One Flo Pt. 1, Ciara – Basic Instict, Soulja Boy – The DeAndre Way, R. Kelly – Love Letter, Kandi – Kandikoated, Michael Jackson – Michael.
New singles this week (and a few weeks before) include: Dev feat. The Cataracs – Bass Down Low, Auburn – All About Him, Jessie J – Do It Like a Dude, Keyshia Cole feat. Nicki Minaj – I Ain’t Thru, Mariah Carey – Oh Santa! (The Remixes), Keke Palmer – The One You Call, Killer Mike feat. T.I. – Ready Set Go, B.o.B – Don’t Let Me Fall, Trina – Eat It, among many others see below.
At the end of November 2010, it was announced that Diddy-Dirty Money was filming a music video for the Swizz Beatz-assisted (and produced) song “Ass On the Floor” as well as the Usher-assisted “Looking for Love”. Both videos were directed by Colin Tilley.
“Ass On The Floor” is a promotional single and Live Performance that was performed recently by group Diddy–Dirty Money on Jimmy Kimmel Live from the group’s studio album with Diddy, Last Train to Paris.
First Diddy was in the chair with Jimmy to answer questions about buying his son a Maybach for his 16th birthday, what gifts he gives for Christmas, and the girl whose hair caught on fire at his New York album release party. “She was a great sport about it, nobody got hurt, and she got back in the tub,” he said.
The Bad Boy boss then joined Dawn and Kalenna on the outdoor stage in Hollywood to perform their Swizz Beatz-produced single “Ass on the Floor.”
“Coming Home” is the fifth music video and single from American music group Dirty Money – containing members Diddy, Dawn Richard and singer/songwriter Kalenna Harper’s upcoming studio album, Last Train to Paris.
The music video premiered in late November 2010.
Kalenna told Rap-Up.com how the triumphant track came into the group’s hands. “One day Puff walked in and he was like, ‘I got something for you guys. I got a gift that’s crazy. Oh my God.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, right,’” she said. “And he put it on and he was just like, ‘You think we can get it done tonight?’ It was a gift. It was like unwrapping a gift that was dropped in our lap.”