Diddy in his new “Diddy Freestyle” video is with Yung Miami, cruising through New York City in the morning in mink coats and iced-out jewelry. Justin and King Combs, also make cameos in the freestyle, that's actually a verse is actually from “Watcha Gon’ Do? Dre Day,” his collab with Rick Ross and the Notorious B.I.G. that debuted on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio.
The song is a sample of Leon Haywood’s “I Want’a Do Something Freaky to You,” which was sampled by Dr. Dre on “Nuthin’ But a G Thang.”
Diddy wants everyone to freestyle their own versions of his latest single "Gotta Move On!"
Papoose accepted and posted his freestyle to Instagram, where he recaps his day at home with his wife Remy Ma and his family.
Pap's freestyle came a few days after Fabolous delivered his rendition along with a brief video to go with it. After Fab released his version, Diddy took to Instagram to issue the challenge to all artists.
"My whole thing is I’m a platform. I’m a platform of flyness,” Diddy said in a video. “So right now, I’ma set off this open verse challenge. Because I know there’s a lot of MCs that’s out there that actually rap. So it’s an open verse challenge to see who can muthaf**kin’ spit the best 24... or if you only got 16 then you can do that... but if it ain’t up to par of Fab then you don’t get with the winnings.”