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The Cannes Film Festival was held in May in Cannes, France. As Rick Ross showed, Diddy was on the scene.

Today, he released a clip titled "Le Premier," that shows some highlights from his trip. He stakes the claim that before any other rapper was coming to the event, Puff Daddy was. According to Billboard's Erika Ramirez, the short film was directed by Robert Alexander and is scored to …dith Paif's "Ne Me Quitte Pas." Watch it below.


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Blue Flame shared the stream below of the tagless version of Future's "Same Damn Time (Remix)" featuring Diddy and Ludacris. The song premiered last night.


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Funkmaster Flex has the premiere of Future's "Same Dame Time (Remix)" featuring Diddy and Ludacris. It has the customary Flex tags. Stay tuned for a tagless version.

Via Ludacris.

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For the second straight year, Diddy has gained on the Forbes Celebrity 100, the managzine's annual list of the most powerful celebrities. They take into account estimated earnings and media exposure.

This year, Diddy ranked at #42, a gain of 10 slots since last year and 16 from the year before that. It is the highest he's ranked since the 2009 edition pegged him at #35.

There are five subcategories within the rankings, including Money, TV/Radio, Press, Web and Social. Diddy ranked highest in Web (#22), followed by Money and Social (both #36). He was #60 and #67 in TV/Radio and Press, respectively.

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Diddy's son Quincy Brown, recording under the name of Quincy, recently released the music video for his single, "Stay Awhile." The music video features cameos Diddy's other sons, Justin and Christian, as well as Justin Bieber. Diddy isn't in the video, but he is in this behind the scenes footage and has a proud father moment at the end.


Watch the music video below.


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On Wednesday, Rick Ross and Maybach Music Group held a press release to announce a series of album releases dates, as well as the signing of Omarion. Diddy appeared to praise Ross, begging at the 11:14 mark in the video below. Warning: His comments are for adult audiences only.


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On Wednesday, following the release of the "Slight Work (Remix)," Mase spoke with Funkmaster Flex about that track, his plans for the future and his relationship with Diddy.

"Naw, we surprised each other," Mase said when asked if he and Diddy knew they were going to both be on the song. "But, Diddy is Diddy, man. To this day, I always tell people I don't really have no issues with him. I think a lot of times we just get put on the other side of each other just because of history. He's one of the biggest contributors that ever gave to the church. We're probably cooler than I thought."

Via Rap-Up.com.

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The New York Post has a story about Quamine Taylor, who was arrested by police after he trespassed at Diddy's home in East Hampton.

According to Taylor, it isn't the first time he's done it. He claims that it began in 2001. Even if that is true, it came to an end on April 1, after he spent the night and a caretaker called the police. Early that morning, he tripped an alarm, but was able to persuade a representative from the alarm company that he was associated with Diddy.

Via USA Today.

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Forbes has released The Forbes Five, a list of the wealthiest artists in hip-hop. This is not to be confused with their annual Hip-Hop Cash Kings list. This list ranks the top 5 hip-hop artists by net worth.

Diddy comes out on top with an estimated net worth of $550 million. Even more interesting is that Zach O'Malley Greenburg mentions that Diddy will own REVOLT, his new television network, outright. He suggests that the value of the network, based on projected viewership totals, could be valued in the low-to-mid nine figures within a few years.

The rest of the list:

2. Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter, $460 million
3. Andre "Dr. Dre" Young, $260 million
4. Bryan "Birdman" Williams, $125 million
5. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, $110 million

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Diddy has released a trailer for "Paris Is Burning," a new short film directed by Julian Bachelet. The film will provide a behind the scenes look at Diddy's time in Paris earlier this year during the spring/summer edition of Fashion Week. The trip included a visit with former Bad Boy rapper Shyne. Watch the trailer below.


Via Rap Radar via MissInfo.tv.

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