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Diddy-Dirty Money "coming Home" Tour kicks off April 13th in Minneapolis

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Diddy-Dirty Money will kick off their BET Live and Ciroc sponsored "Coming Home Tour" on April 13 in Minneapolis. Multiplatinum-selling, three-time Grammy Award-winning Sean "Diddy" Combs, singer-songwriter Dawn Richard (a founding member of the platinum-selling girl group Danity Kane) and songwriter Kalenna Harper (whose credits include work with music luminaries such as Jill Scott, Jennifer Lopez, Timbaland and producer Rodney Jerkins) released Last Train To Paris through Bad Boy/Interscope Records in December 2010. The album includes the platinum hit single "Coming Home" (Top 20/1.8 million downloads worldwide), as well as "Hello Good Morning" (one million worldwide digital downloads), and "Loving You No More." It also features guest appearances by T.I., Lil Wayne, Justin Timberlake, Usher, Drake, Chris Brown, Grace Jones, Trey Songz and Bilal.

Some call it new-age dance music, Diddy calls it "train music." Others label it an electro hip-hop soul funk experience; but, with its international blend of sounds, no matter where in the world hip hop super-group Diddy-Dirty Money takes their music, you can consider it a "Coming Home."

This is the group's first US tour since the release of their debut album, Last Train To Paris . Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.



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