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Last Train To Paris - Dirty Money
... Paris is officially credited to Diddy – Dirty Money ... In an interview with All Hip-Hop, Diddy said that Dirty Money is "not about no drug money, illegal money, or anything negative" ... He explained that "he wanted to tell a love story" but needed Dirty Money because "he couldn’t just tell the male’s point of view." Further ...
Last Train To Paris - Reception - Critical Reception
... yourself way too much to notice." Jim Farber of New York Daily News was impressed with Dirty Money's contribution to the album ... mainstream club act of now -- those ever mushy Peas." Andy Gill of The Independent noted Dirty Money's "emphasis on emotion over purely dance imperatives ...
Sean Combs - Career - 2010–present: Dirty Money and Acting
... Last Train to Paris was released by Combs' group Diddy – Dirty Money on December 13, 2010 ... On March 10, 2011 Diddy – Dirty Money performed "Coming Home" live on American Idol ...
Skylar Grey - Life and Career - 2010–present: Name Change, New Direction and Don't Look Down
... She also co-wrote Diddy-Dirty Money's "Coming Home", along with "Castle Walls" by T.I ... On March 10, 2011, Diddy-Dirty Money performed the single "Coming Home" with Grey and Dirty Money vocalists, Dawn Richard and Kalenna Harper, live on American Idol ...

Famous quotes containing the words money and/or dirty:

    Once again, we’ve wasted time and money by dealing with the homeless backward. Too much energy has gone into deciding where we do not want them to be, and making sure that they would not be there.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)

    Out in Hollywood, where the streets are paved with Goldwyn, the word “sophisticate” means, very simply, “obscene.” A sophisticated story is a dirty story. Some of that meaning was wafted eastward and got itself mixed up into the present definition. So that a “sophisticate” means: one who dwells in a tower made of a DuPont substitute for ivory and holds a glass of flat champagne in one hand and an album of dirty post cards in the other.
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)