Diddy Returns With Gotta Move On Featuring Bryson Tiller

Diddy went back to work in his bag.

The hip-hop icon seems to have officially ushered in the Love era with her first single after seven years. In “Gotta Move On,” which made its debut at the Billboard Music Awards last month, Diddy and Bryson Tiller heal their breakup blues by creating an R&B bop.

“I’m in my bag, I’m in my R&B bop, I’m in my groove, I’m in my pocket,” Diddy said. I did a song with Bryson Tiller. She helped her in her breakup, she helped me in my last breakup. Sometimes you have to keep going. Keep pushing.”

“Gotta Move On” is the first single from Diddy’s upcoming album and will be released later this year on the new R&B label Love Records in partnership with Motown. He previously collaborated with The Weeknd as part of a commercial for Beats by Dre starring Kayvon Thibodeaux.

The season of love is fully active. After hosting the Billboard Music Awards last month, Diddy will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the BET Awards on Sunday, June 26.


Diddy To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

At this year’s BET Awards, legendary Hip Hop boss Sean “ Diddy ” Combs will honor him with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson will take on the role of host at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Diddy will be present there for the Lifetime Achievement Award.

“Diddy has always been a pioneering force in our community, breaking barriers, achieving unprecedented heights, blazing new trails, and, in so doing, raising the bar for all of us,” says Scott Mills, BET CEO.

Mills also adds, “His virtuosity is matched only by his range – from music to media, culture, business, and philanthropy – Diddy has exemplified Black Excellence. We are delighted to have this opportunity to use our biggest stage to recognize the extraordinary accomplishments of our friend Diddy.”

BET has previously given this honor to names such as Whitney Houston, Prince, Queen Latifah.

“Puff’s contributions to culture transcend Hip hop. Growing up in DC, I watched his rise at Howard University as he repped Black excellence from day one. It’s an honor to celebrate him now, while he is still on his incredible journey,” says Jesse Collins.

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