Diddy embarks on love in new music video featuring Tiffany Haddish
The hip-hop mogul reminds everyone that he's still well-connected in the official music video for his track Gotta Move On, featuring Bryson Tiller.
On Wednesday, Diddy released the visuals, directed by Teyana Taylor.
In addition to Haddish's cameo, the longtime artist also had his sons, Quincy Brown, Justin, and Christian "King" Combs, and producer London on Da Track make appearances.
Diddy's not moving on from music
In the sultry, club-bouncing video, the 52-year-old artist is seen attempting to find love while dancing with various women.
"We goin' up, we goin' live/ Can't stop, won't stop, told y'all, uh/See me pull up, no problem/Wash it/I can never ever be no one option/Watch it," Diddy sings in the bridge of the single.
Yung Miami from City Girls, who is rumored to be Diddy's boo, also made an appearance as a club announcer.
As for Haddish, the Girls Trip star hilariously played the rapper's bodyguard who didn't let anybody in "Club Love" if their vibes were off.
Diddy performed his latest track with Tiller at the 2022 BET Awards earlier this summer, where he was also honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
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