Diddy releases “Gotta Move On”
The single appears on Mogul’s upcoming album.
Sean “Diddy” Combs is making his official return to music with the release of his new single “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller. It is the first song released from his highly anticipated new album under his Love Records imprint, in partnership with Motown Records. The song paves the way for more music to come, with her new album due out later this year.
The smooth, seductive track lights up its latest evolution with its unwavering groove, standout verses, and an unmistakable hook from Bryson Tiller. Diddy originally launched the single with a stunning performance at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. Beyond stirring up buzz globally, the live performance video has already amassed over two million views on YouTube so organic, including a surprise performance of “First Class” by Jack Harlow and the classic “Mo Money, Mo Problems” with Christian King Combs and Teyana Taylor. He also served as host and executive producer of the live awards show, exactly 25 years after winning his first Billboard Award for his debut album “No Way Out.”
BET has announced that the legendary mogul and culture pioneer will receive the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2022 BET Awards. The coveted award honors industry giants who have not only significantly shaped culture over their long careers , but who have also been transformative leaders who have consistently inspired generations by setting a true standard of excellence.
Diddy also included the track in Ciroc Passion custom content, his new signature flavor in the Ciroc portfolio that offers more than a distinct taste; it is a boldness, an intensity, a frequency that you must experience. Together, Combs and Ciroc have now launched more than 15 flavor innovations, becoming a dominant industry and cultural leader in the vodka category.
Not only is Diddy one of the best-selling artists in history, he’s also one of the most accomplished music producers of all time. Love Records represents Combs’ triumphant return to R&B as executive producer, curator, and A&R of his forthcoming album. Combs will continue his watch on his successful label Bad Boy Entertainment.