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Earlier this month, BlackBook celebrated 15 years of existence. They received a number of handwritten birthday wishes from various celebrities, including Diddy. Check out the hand written note on their site.

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Dirty Money has been nominated in the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards, in the "Best World Stage" category. You can vote online now Other nominees in the category include Arcade Fire, the Black Eyed Peas, Enrique Iglesias, Linkin Park, My Chemical Romance, Ozzy Osbourne, Snoop Dogg and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

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In July, Complex reported that Diddy would appear on the opening track to Pusha T's upcoming EP, "Fear of God: Let Us Pray." According to Alex Chapman of New York Magazine, Diddy will provide ad-libs on the record. Chapman asked Pusha T about the collaboration.

So I noticed Diddy is screaming during the intro of Fear of God. Howíd that happen?

There has never been anything in the world better to me than Diddy when heís screaming over the top of a track, like in í95 ó that whole Bad Boy mixtape era. I wanted to have that feel for the mixtape. I didnít want to lose the street edge of it. That polish isnít always good to me.

Via Wikipedia.

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Diddy and Jimmy Iovine will both serve as Executive Editors on "Culo," the upcoming book of photos and artwork from Raphael Mazzucco, which pays tribute to the female bottom. According to the book's website, culo, in Italian, translates to "Buttocks, bottom." The book is set for a November 22 release and can be pre-ordered from Amazon.com.

Below, check out the cover and a video preview (which is not appropriate for anyone under the age of 18).

Book Cover: "Culo" by  Raphael Mazzucco (Executive Editors: Diddy and Jimmy Iovine)


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Fox News Latino reports that reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel would like to collaborate with Diddy for their next album.

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YouKnowIGotSoul has an interview with Kalenna of Dirty Money. She discusses her solo ventures and the prospects of a second Dirty Money album.

YKIGS: Now that Dirty Money has released the album and toured, do you see yourself doing another album as part of Dirty Money? Would you do another album if asked?

Kalenna: We recorded so many songs that Puff could put out another album if he desires. If asked to go back into the studio with them to record more, I most definitely would say yes.

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In April, Fred The Godson released "Daddy Gettin' Money," which featured Diddy on the hook.

The record is getting a second part, thanks to the brand new "Gettin' Money Part II," which keeps some of Diddy's vocals, but adds new verses from Fred The Godson, Meek Mill and Cory Gunz and new production from Prinzly of Street Fabulous.

"Gettin' Money Part II" by Fred The Godson featuring Diddy, Meek Mill and Cory Gunz

You can listen and download the track below, care of Street Fabolous.


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Mobile electronics company HTC has acquired a majority stake in Beats Electronics, according to a report by Carl Bagh of the International Business Times.

Beats Electronics is the parent company of the Beats by Dr. Dre line, which includes the Diddybeats in-ear headphones. HTC paid $300 million for the 51% stake.

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Forbes has released the 2011 edition of their annual list of the biggest earners in hip-hop. Diddy is ranked second for the second year in a row, earning an estimated $35 million - a gain of $5 million from the previous year.

Jay-Z took the top spot with $37 million, having earned $68 million on the 2010 list. Following Diddy are Kanye West with $16 million, Lil' Wayne and Birdman with $15 million and Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre with $14 million. 50 Cent earned $6 million.

In March, Forbes crowned Diddy as the wealthiest hip-hop artist with a total net worth of $475 million.

While some artists have fluctuated, Diddy and Jay-Z have been the model of consistency, when it comes to how they have ranked on the Forbes Cash Kings list, now in it's fifth year. Here are the top 5 artists from each year:

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In an interview with DJ Cosmic Kev, of Philadelphia's Power99, Rick Ross and Meek Mill hinted that Diddy may appear on the remix to Meek Mill's "I'm a Boss," alongside Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz and Birdman. Ross also referenced a music video that was to be shot on July 30, directed by Benny Boom. Watch below.


Via CHAMP MAGAZINE.

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