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Puff took a pass that was played by Quincy and Def Jam Records founder Russell Simmons, and added a whole new direction to infuse the culture.He constantly expanded the limits of industry and commerce while innovating aggressively and creating a history making enterprise fueled by the sound and hard work that was put forth by the countless moguls he helped create and longtime partner in building Bad Boy Records, Vice President Harve Pierre.

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[Shannon] I know you wanna come over You can come over [Shannon] (Dawn) Baby I'm alone tonight And I wanna feel alright You already know what I like, boy (If you come over) [Aubrey] (Dawn) I will lay it down so right It will really blow your mind Baby just relax your mind You know (Whenever you come over) [D.[DAWN] If I gave you my love You gotta keep it cool Don’t you go running your mouth It gets hard to trust And I got a lot to lose But don’t make me regret what we do [AUBREY] It feels so good Whenever you kiss me there (Hold up wait a second Let me make sure we can let loose) Let's make that move, yeah Make sure no one’s watching, yeah [ALL] We do everything here behind closed doors Make sure the blinds are shut So I can be your secret lover If we do this now you can’t tell a soul Wanna be your secret lover Can I be your secret lover? ] see the flash Just don't leave no clue But make sure you hold your ground I hope you pass the test I really wanna trust you, yeah [AUBREY] It feels so good, yeah Whenever you kiss me there (Hold up wait a second Let me make sure we can let lose) Let’s make that move, yeah Make sure no one’s watching, yeah [ALL] We do everything here behind closed doors Make sure the blinds are shut So I can be your secret lover If we do this now you can’t tell a soul Wanna be your secret lover Can I be your secret lover? [x2] This song from Danity Kane’s final album DK3, speaks on dating someone privately without exposing that love publicly.From philanthropy to politics to purified water companies, Combs has done it all…the man even ran the New York City marathon, hence the moniker “Diddy Runs The City.”The path to over 20 years of Bad Boy Records has found Combs breaking the rules and making his own, and VIBE has been there for the whole ride.He’s been featured on six covers and a few non-Bad Boy covers, while his artists went on to rock another nine.Que: [laughs] I don’t think I even got anything for Valentine’s Day. Like, my past girlfriends I usually buy them gifts. Singersroom: What’s the best Valentine’s Day present you’ve ever gotten? Que and I haven’t had the opportunity to spend Valentine’s Day together…

We’ve been knowing each other awhile, but we work a lot, and we’ve never really had one… I’m sorry, someone just slipped a card underneath my door saying “I have a crush on you.” I’m not kidding you. With unimaginable highs, like the platinum success of artists like Brooklyn’s The Notorious B. G., R&B trio Total and introducing the masses to Harlem World’s Ma$e, Combs would face the unfortunate battle of coasts with Death Row Records, the soul crushing death of The Notorious B. G and himself looking at serious jail time at one point. Not only surviving but thriving in an entertainment world that hunts you down to throw you out, he’s prospered in areas previously closed to young black executives.Defining eras from the early 90s to now, he’s stumbled and rebounded with stints in acting on Broadway and entering Hollywood’s silver screens to snatching prestigious awards in the fashion world with his Sean John clothing line.The cover was easy since we were all sitting there listening to Scott Poulson-Bryant (Dr.Bryant now), a brilliant writer who also gave VIBE its name, spoke lucidly and clearly about an A&R Executive who was setting the entire music game on fire working at Andre Harrell’s Uptown Records.And this led to our FIRST serious editorial decision of our young magazine’s career–”Do we keep Puffy in this issue or do we wait and see what happens with him and put him in a later issue?