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Diddy hosted a party tonight in Brooklyn, to honor the life and times of The Notorious B.I.G., on the 13th anniversary of his passing.

The Source partnered with Bad Boy to stream the event live online and I watched a good chunk of it. Small issues (price gouging and a fight or two) aside, it was quite a spirited performance as Diddy took the stage and rapped, sung, hyped and danced to a medley of Biggie featured and inspired tracks.

With Mister Cee DJing, he was joined by Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Red Cafe and Rick Ross as, decked out in shirts reading "Invisible Bully 03.09.10," they worked their way through a medley including Red Cafe's "I'm Ill" and "Paper Touching," Fabolous' "Brooklyn," Diddy's "Victory" and "It's All About the Benjamins (Remix)," Dirty Money's "Angels (Remix)," Total's "Can't You See," Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s "Get Money" and "Player's Anthem," as well as an assortment of Biggie tracks, including but not limited to the following:

"Who Shot Ya"
"Playa Hater"
"Ten Crack Commandments"
"Mo Money Mo Problems"
"One More Chance/Stay With Me (Remix)"
"Notorious Thugs"

A couple of funny moments: Cee cutting off "I'm Ill" before Fab's verse, as Fab had mic in hand and was ready to go in. Fab, Red Cafe and Diddy all kinda turned toward Cee, as if to say "what?" And then, at the end, Cee asked for the mics back, like right after Diddy thanked the crowd for coming out and was leaving stage. All in good humor, it was a fun night. D-Roc and Jadakiss were also on hand.

At it's peak, the UStream channel where the performance was streamed reached around 5,700 live viewers.