King Combs Shares A New Sound “90’s Baby”, Download Free Zip
Puff Daddy was correct. Terrible Boy won’t stop. Today (April 11), Puffy’s posterity, King Combs revealed his first year recruit mixtape, 90’s Baby, which fills in as a method for paying reverence to the time that motivated his swag.
The 20-year-old craftsman has been sporadically dropping songs over the recent years such as “Fuck the Summer Up,” “Type Different,” “Love You Better” and the 2 Pac-propelled, “Eyez on C.”
90’s Baby is a 12-song exertion that highlights Puff Daddy, RJ and individuals from CYN.
Board’s Carl Lamarre recently talked with King Combs about his single Love You Better with Chris Brown, and the favorable circumstances and impediments of being Puff Daddy’s son.
On working with Chris Brown.
It came about genuine organically. We was at French Montana‘s crib in Calabasas. Remy Ma was cooking. It was a classic night. They just got back from winning a honor. Perhaps it was BET Awards end of the week? I don’t recall the exact dates, so I wouldn’t check that down, yet whatever. We was at the crib and we were in the lounge room. It was me and Chris Brown and he was playing me his Heartbreak on a Full Moon collection and I resembled, “Stunning. This is fire.” Then I played him my mixtape, and he extremely loved the sound and the entire vibe I was going for.