Diddy lands 11th No 1 with ‘Gotta Move On’

First chart-topper for his new Love Records

Sean “Diddy” Combs has soared to the top of the R&B/Hip Hop Mediabase Airplay chart with his hit song “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller. This marks his first No. 1 hit for his own Love Records and 11th overall.

“Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller was released in June and is the first single from Diddy’s highly-anticipated new album under his Love Records imprint, in partnership with Motown Records. The song paves the way for more music to come, with his new album due top of 2023. The song has 95.8 plus million streams and the official video directed by Teyana “Spike Tey” Taylor has more than 13 million views on YouTube.

Additionally, in October, Diddy released a bundle featuring three variations of “Gotta Move On,” which he co-produced with J-Louis, Teddy Walton, RNSOM, SllimWav and Roark Bailey. In addition to the original version of the song, the set includes Queens Remix and the Kings Remix.

The Queens Remix features Ashanti, Yung Miami and Bryson Tiller produced by Ron Browz. Diddy opens the track singing a Phil Collins sample of “In the Air Tonight,” Yung Miami brings a fire standout verse, and Ashanti provides the spice with powerhouse vocals with lyrics reflecting a past relationship.

The Kings Remix features Fabolous and Torey Lanez, a DJ remix by Cool and Dre, and the original smash-hit single “Gotta Move On” featuring Bryson Tiller.

Diddy’s music career includes 11 No. 1 hit songs, three Grammy Awards, ASCAP¹s Songwriter of the Year and he has produced hundreds of songs as well as performed with the biggest names in music. Diddy and his Bad Boy label have produce 27 Platinum and 15 Gold albums including 23 Platinum singles, 28 Gold singles, three No. 1 albums and nine No. 1 singles. Over the past three-plus decades, Bad Boy has sold more than 400 million albums and their songs have over three billion streams.

Buddy Iahn
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