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Legacy - The World of Diddy

Artist Song Buy
Jagged Edge  Let's Get Married   buy on itunes
Chris Brown  Run It!   buy on itunes
Jim Jones  We Fly High   buy on itunes
Juelz Santana  There It Go (The Whistle Song)   buy on itunes
Cam'ron  What Means the World to You   buy on itunes
Rick Ross  Hustlin'   buy on itunes
J Cole  Lights Please   buy on itunes
Lupe Fiasco  Superstar (feat. Matthew Santos)   buy on itunes
Pharrell & Gwen Stefani  Can I Have It Like That   buy on itunes
Fonzworth Bentley  Everybody (feat. Kanye West & André 3000)   buy on itunes
Jae Millz featuring Jadakiss  Bring It Back   buy on itunes
Milano  Deal With a Feelin   buy on itunes
Ray J  Sexy Can I (feat. Yung Berg)   buy on itunes
Ryan Leslie  Diamond Girl   buy on itunes
Tyga  Diamond Life (feat. Patty Crash)   buy on itunes

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Here's how ahead of the game Diddy's been since the beginning: way back in 1993, he reeled in his three stars-in-training — Mary J. Blige, the Notorious B.I.G., and K-Ci of Jodeci — for a New Jack Swing remix of "What's the 411?" A classic slice of hip-hop soul, its hooks can be heard all over chart-climbing singles like the "ReMarqable Remix" of "Let's Get Married." That beat-backed duet drops Run-DMC (hear: a slick "It's Like That" sample and a guest appearance from the Reverend himself) in the same room as Jagged Edge — a group that has more than a couple of things in common with [i]another[/i] Diddy protege, 112. Club-ready rap/R&B crossovers aren't the only legacy Diddy began leaving behind in the mid-'90s, either. While Jim Jones' "We Fly High" features a Harlem native with swagger to spare (sound familiar?), manservant-to-MC-and-more Fonzworth Bentley's rubber-soled "Everybody" tears a page or two from his former boss' hit-making book. (Kinda like how Diddy once learned the ropes from Uptown Records founder Andre Harrell.) And the Diddy descendants don't stop there; they include everyone from Cam'Ron to Ray J, from Juelz Santana to J. Cole.
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