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P. Diddy's Arctic night
P. Diddy is hoping he can get Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders to onstage with him in Scotland tonight (29.09.10).
The 'Come With Me' rapper struck up an unlikely friendship with the rock drummer earlier this year, and is looking forward to hanging out when he plays a rare performance in the UK with his group Dirty Money in Glasgow, Scotland, tonight (29.09.10).
He told NME magazine: "Matt's gonna come to the show. He'll be hanging with me. We're just friends. Maybe I'll just throw him on the drums for no reason."
Diddy also said he's planning to play a set spanning his solo rap career, as well as showcasing material from his 'Last Train To Paris' album with Dirty Money - which also features singers Kaleena Harper and Dawn Richard.
He added: "I think that Glasgow will get the first chance to hear one or two songs off the album that we're gonna perform live.
"It's always a risky thing when people don't know a song, but it's like, 'S**t! We going to Glasgow!' We might as well take a chance. We don't wanna just play it safe, you know?"Posted on 29 Sep 2010 07:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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