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P. Diddy not a fighter
P. Diddy never wins any fights he has with his Dirty Money bandmates.
The 'Coming Home' rapper feels it is "healthy" he argues with female singers Dawn and Kalenna, but despite being leader of the group, he admits he rarely gets his way.
He said: "Any true leader listens and we follow each other, it would be crazy not to follow these girls, they're so talented."
Dawn added: "We fight, that's what every family does, and it's healthy."
Diddy jokingly countered: "And I never win!"
P. Diddy - real name Sean Combs - also told how he's still not tired of hearing his new group's debut record, 'Last Train To Paris', and feels teaming up with Dawn and Kalenna was "meant to be".
He added to BBC Radio 1: "Every time you play my record it feels like the first time, I never take it for granted.
"I didn't know I wanted to work with Dawn and Kalenna but I knew I wanted a new project. And God bless them, we just hit it off and the chemistry, it was just meant to be."
'Last Train To Paris' is released on January 24.Posted on 20 Jan 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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