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25 Year Radio Veteran, Sean Anthony is the Host of "Flow of Wisdom Radio." It airs live Sundays 3p-5p EST on the GCN Radio Networks (gcnlive.com.) Call in 877-300-7645. He is also the author of "Conversations With Hip Hop" available on Amazon.com

Sean Anthony’s review on Diddy Dirty Money’s “Last Train to Paris”

Diddy-Dirty Money. What can I say about Diddy? “Last Train to Paris” possesses a sound that lures you into its element. Diddy pushed the envelope with this project, stretching the fusion of hip hop & R&B genres to newer heights.  This album is what’s next.  I hear unique musical and vocal  arraignments that break many typical industry molds.

While flowing through the album I reflected on several questions. Is this a Diddy album?  At one point I asked, where is Dirty Money?  Finally I asked, is this a compilation album?  I came to the realization that this IS a Diddy compilation album.  While reading the credits, everyone from Rick Ross, The Dream, Mario Winans , and even Shawn Carter were mentioned as writers.  You can hear some of their influences in the songs, which makes this new sound seem  familiar.

This is a very well put together album lyrically and production wise, it’s on the next level of innovation.  LTTP has a sound of mass appeal that puts you in different moods, but  not emotionally all over the place.  It is well balanced and flows from beginning to end.  So many songs stand out to me, such as the melodic r&b cut, “Yesterday” ft Chris Brown and  the triumphant song, “Coming Home”.  This album will scoop up numerous awards and maybe even a grammy.

Diddy Dirty Money’s “Last Train to Paris” is Pure Hip Hop Motivation

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