Diddy and Lil’ Kim Reunite for One Night; Marks Lil’ Kim’s Return to Music After Prison Stint
NEW YORK - Diddy’s critically acclaimed Bad Boy CD, “PRESS PLAY,” has spawned its third hit single, “Last Night,” featuring R&B songstress Keyshia Cole. “The success of ’Last Night’ has truly been a blessing,” says Diddy. “And you know I had to do a remix.”
With that said, Diddy reached out to someone who could turn up the heat, none other than multi-platinum rapper and style icon, Lil’ Kim. After several years of putting their artist/producer relationship on ice, Diddy and the sexy queen of rap have reunited to make music history once again.
“We’ve always had amazing chemistry together,” says Lil’ Kim. “It was a great feeling to pick back up where we left off years ago and do it again.” The release of “Last Night” (remix) marks Lil’ Kim’s return to music following her stint in a Philadelphia prison, from which she was released in July 2006.
“It feels great to be working with Lil’ Kim again after all these years,” muses Diddy.
Never one to stop a good thing, Diddy reached out to several other big names in music to create additional remixes. Game, Busta, Rich Boy, Noreaga, and Bad Boy South/Block Enterprises Yung Joc all lent their personal flair to the record.
“I appreciate all of the people who have constantly supported the album and also appeared on the remixes,” says the rap mogul. “And a special ’thank you’ to Keyshia Cole for blessing this track with her beautiful vocals.”
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