A year in the making, Press Play finds Diddy joined by a who's who of contemporary artists and producers. Among the guest performers are Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, Big Boi, Brandi, and Nas. Diddy was joined on the production side by the likes of Kanye West and Pharrell Williams, among others.
A year in the making, Press Play finds Diddy joined by a who's who of contemporary artists and producers. Among the guest performers are Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, Big Boi, Brandi, and Nas. Diddy was joined on the production side by the likes of Kanye West and Pharrell Williams, among others.
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Format: CD
Label: BAD BOY
Catalog: 83863
Rel. Date: 10/17/2006
UPC: 075678386329

Press Play
Artist: Diddy
Format: CD
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A year in the making, Press Play finds Diddy joined by a who's who of contemporary artists and producers. Among the guest performers are Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, Big Boi, Brandi, and Nas. Diddy was joined on the production side by the likes of Kanye West and Pharrell Williams, among others.

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''Press Play'' is the fourth studio album by American hip hop artist Sean "Diddy" Combs, released October 17, 2006 on Bad Boy Records. It is his first album under the "Diddy" stage name and the first release distributed by Warner Music Group's Atlantic Records, which acquired his Bad Boy label in 2005. ''Press Play'' features several guest contributions from hip hop and R&B musicians, producers, and ghost writers. Primarily dance-pop and hip hop-oriented in sound, it is a loose concept album that contains lyrical themes concerning the ups and downs of a relationship.

''Press Play'' debuted at number 1 on the U.S. ''Billboard'' 200 chart with sales of over 173,009. In the UK, the album debuted at number 11. Its singles "Come to Me" and "Last Night" both reached the top–ten of the ''Billboard'' Hot 100. The album became available to preview on MTV's ''The Leak'' on October 10, 2006, one week before being sold in stores. ''Press Play'' received generally mixed to positive reviews from music critics. As of November 21, 2008, the album has sold 700,000 copies in the United States. - Wikipedia

Nobody wants to be the one to put their decadent Manhattan nightlife in jeopardy by calling a party foul on Sean Combs, but we have an obligation. P, Diddy, baby: Aerosmith put out an album called Just Push Play in 2001. People pushed play. Then they traded it in. Is this the legacy you want to uphold? We guess the baddest of the Bad Boys is striving to conjure Moby's much more successful 1999 platter, Play. Whatever the case, Diddy would prefer that, once you do press play, you get off. Bite your tongue, sicko-in Harlem, "getting off" is evidently slang for hell-may-care freestyle dancing (an urge he hilariously submits to via embedded video on his MySpace page). Will getting off become the new mainstream club craze? Sure better. Diddy's got a chart throne to reclaim, and his latest Making the Band prot, Danity Kane, appear overdue for eviction.

Nobody wants to be the one to put their decadent Manhattan nightlife in jeopardy by calling a party foul on Sean Combs, but we have an obligation. P, Diddy, baby: Aerosmith put out an album called Just Push Play in 2001. People pushed play. Then they traded it in. Is this the legacy you want to uphold? We guess the baddest of the Bad Boys is striving to conjure Moby's much more successful 1999 platter, Play. Whatever the case, Diddy would prefer that, once you do press play, you get off. Bite your tongue, sicko-in Harlem, "getting off" is evidently slang for hell-may-care freestyle dancing (an urge he hilariously submits to via embedded video on his MySpace page). Will getting off become the new mainstream club craze? Sure better. Diddy's got a chart throne to reclaim, and his latest Making the Band prot, Danity Kane, appear overdue for eviction.

Nobody wants to be the one to put their decadent Manhattan nightlife in jeopardy by calling a party foul on Sean Combs, but we have an obligation. P, Diddy, baby: Aerosmith put out an album called Just Push Play in 2001. People pushed play. Then they traded it in. Is this the legacy you want to uphold? We guess the baddest of the Bad Boys is striving to conjure Moby's much more successful 1999 platter, Play. Whatever the case, Diddy would prefer that, once you do press play, you get off. Bite your tongue, sicko-in Harlem, "getting off" is evidently slang for hell-may-care freestyle dancing (an urge he hilariously submits to via embedded video on his MySpace page). Will getting off become the new mainstream club craze? Sure better. Diddy's got a chart throne to reclaim, and his latest Making the Band prot, Danity Kane, appear overdue for eviction.