In the year of 2017, Diddy and Rick Ross teamed up with each other to release a joint single titled “Whatcha Gon’ Do?” the track, which was originally released across two different formats on OVO Sound Radio, also featured The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse from the LOX-assisted track “You’ll See.” As part of this release, a version was dedicated to Dr. Dre as well as Snoop Dogg “Nuthin’ But A ‘G’ Thang” by taking from Leon Haywood’s “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You.”
In October of this year, Diddy released a revised version of the “Whatcha Gon’ Do?” video based on his verse from that very version, which was accompanied by an appearance by Yung Miami. In addition to the previous clip, the billionaire mogul did not stop partying yesterday, as he released another video featuring Rozay for a lyrical contribution:
The short film includes a short video where viewers are transported to South Florida in an old-school droptop and Diddy is seen riding around in it at two o’clock in the morning in a vehicle from the eighties, riding on the streets at two o’clock in the morning in an old-school droptop. The two of them will make their way to the liquor store to pick up some adult beverages before making their way down a flight of stairs where they will meet his Maybach Music counterpart.
Earlier this month, Diddy dropped his latest song, “Gotta Move On,” a playful collaboration with Bryson Tiller that quickly became a fan favorite. It was recorded by the Bad Boy icon and produced by producers such as Teddy Walton, Roark Bailey, J-Louis, RNSOM, and Slimwav, and turned into a chart-topping single which later on to become an EP of the same name which included remixes from Fabolous, Ashanti, Cool & Dre, and more.