King Combs has dropped off a three-part audio package that includes a bonus video for its main attraction, ‘Flyest in the City’ — watch it below.
On Friday (July 14), the 25-year-old Bad Boy prince released C3. The extended play comprises three tracks, one of which is a collaboration with Fabolous, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Jeremih. The song’s video sees Diddy’s son flexing his life of splendor amid the streets of New York City and all its gems.
“I’m in a good space, that’s a nice place to be/ The house in the Hills or it might face the beach/ Flyest in the city, they might say it’s me/ I mean n-ggas got cake but it’s rice cakes to me,” he raps during the song’s first verse.
Check out the video for Combs’s latest track below:
In addition to the knockout cut mentioned above, the C3 EP features a joint effort with Swae Lee as well as a bonus track with Yung Mami, who has been in an on/off relationship with his father Diddy for approximately a year.
On a lighter note, Tyler, The Creator recently talked about how one of the “top four” coolest moments of his career was nearly ruined by Combs, who recently used the California native’s BMW to flex on Instagram.
The IGOR rapper sat down with the Rap Radar Podcast in June to reflect on his career and the state of the game. At one point in the episode, he shared a story about attending JAY-Z’s Roc Nation Brunch in February.
“Illest part of the Roc Nation Brunch, I went for three reasons. I always wanted to go just ’cause I never went,” Tyler said. “Two, I was curious what food they had there. And three, I wanted to see how many times I could be called ‘king.’ I counted nine.
“And the illest part is Jay let me park my BMW right in the front. Everybody else had to shuttle. He let me park it right in front in the hills. Probably top four moments I’ve ever felt cool. Like, the textbook cool.”
He continued: “My homie sent me two weeks ago Christian Combs’ Instagram and these muthafuckas had a photo shoot with my car in front of the God damn Roc Nation! And I saw Christian last night and I shoulda told him, ‘N-gga, don’t sit on my God damn car!’ I like Christian, I’m just saying, but that was ill.”