[artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist]'s gone on record explaining that his [article id="1624390"]Last Train to Paris album[/article] will revolve around a narrative that follows the hip-hop mogul as he embarks on a journey to reunite with a would-be love.
The excursion will take the Bad Boy Records CEO from London to Paris, with each record detailing his lovesick pursuit. So it's only right that Diddy's new video for [article id="1635229"]"Hello, Good Morning,"[/article] the third clip from his Dirty Money project, would be a study in frenzied energy.
Featuring Rick Ross and T.I., along with a cameo by Swizz Beatz, the video premiered Thursday (May 13) on Vevo. While the visual is set in Los Angeles, with the exception of a passing shot of the Staples Center, the city is anonymous. Ross opens the clip, backed by Diddy, Swizz and Dirty Money's Dawn Richard and Kalenna.
"Hello, good morning/ Tell me what the liq read/ Pretty face, thin waist, with the sick weave/ First time fishtailing in the six-speed," Ross spits, in a club scene. "Real bad boy, tell them come and get me."
Diddy speeds across the city in a bug-eyed Bugatti, with a helicopter tailing him ominously, as he recites the song's chorus. Tip kicks his "5 Star" flow with two beautiful women draped over him in a hotel penthouse suite. Diddy ends the proceedings with a bang, literally, as he raps the third verse in a wide-open lot as fireworks go off behind him and his two female DM counterparts.
The Diddy-Dirty Money video follows clips for the singles [article id="1626165"]"Love Comes Down"[/article] and "Angels."
"We're just trying to roll it out properly," Diddy told MTV News last year about the long-awaited album. "I wanted a chance to lay out songs for you. A lot of singles we putting out now — that's the introduction. We didn't even get to that Train music. We're hitting you with warning shots, letting you know we're here."
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