AceShowbiz - Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has enlisted Yung Miami for "Gotta Move On" remix. The hip-hop mogul showed a preview of the track, which originally features Bryson Tiller's vocals, by sharing a video on Instagram.
"Ayo check it out," the 52-year-old said as he turned the remix down to talk. "Big shout-out to New York. We got the remix coming on the way. Shout out to Ron Brown, you a fool for this one. Flex, this what happens when the city works together."
Before adding the volume and previewing Miami's verse, Diddy stated, "Hey yo, Caresha, talk to 'em." In the caption, the Bad Boy Records founder first wrote, "#gottamoveon phase 3 has begun!!!! We will not stop until we are number one!"
"Help spread the vibration of love. I'm here to make you feel good! @ronbrowz @brysontiller @funkflex @djenuff @yungmiami305 [fire emojis] coming next week with a video!" he added. "Keep on repeat!!!!! Repost to the world!!!"
Diddy dropped the original version of "Gotta Move On" in July. He also treated fans to its official music video, which featured appearances from Tiffany Haddish, London On Da Track, Joie Chavis, Serayah as well as KenStarrrz among others.
The Teyana Taylor-directed visuals opens with Tiffany, who plays a bouncer in the clip, welcoming guests at Club Love. "Your smile is right. Go ahead inside. Eh, eh, eh, I feel like you a little bit bitter," she tells patrons hoping to gain entry into the venue.
"Ah, I think you a little bit messy. I'm gonna need you to go to the end of the line and get your chakras together," the comedienne adds. "Sis, sis, look, look. I like your vibe, I'ma let you in the club, but I can’t let you in just at this moment, OK?"
Diddy then arrives along with Bryson, his sons Quincy, Justin and Christian Combs and some other pals. After giving Tiffany a warm hug, the emcee asks, "What's the frequency?" to which she replies, The frequency is all love, brother, you go on and look."
As the group enters the venue, Miami's voice can be heard welcoming the guests. "Welcome to Club Love, you know the drill! If you ain't come to bop? If you ain't come to have a good time? You ain't gotta go home, but you gotta get the f**k outta here!" the City Girls member exclaims.
"Gotta Move On" is one of the tracks off Diddy's upcoming fifth studio album, "Off the Grid Vol. 1". The new set, which marks his first solo release since 2006's "Press Play", will be released via his new imprint Love Records.