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Diddy's Son Is Rapping Now, And He Sounds Exactly Like His Dad

Meet King Combs

In April, Diddy made Christian Combs, his son and a member of his actual family, a part of the Bad Boy Family, signing the 18-year-old to his record label. Now, we've got a preview of what could be in store musically from the mogul's son.

The younger Combs, known on the mic as King Combs, dropped two new songs late Wednesday night, via HotNewHipHop. On both "Party" and "One for Me" — the latter especially — you can hear the striking vocal resemblance of son to father: The slick, silky, confident flows and the textures of their voices are naturally linked.

"Party" aims to be a breezy summer anthem, while "One for Me" liberally samples SWV's 1995 "You're the One" and has the '90s R&B vibes to match.

You can stream them both below.

"One For Me"

"Party" featuring SNL and Kai Cash