So, the Kirk Franklin of Hip Hop wants you to jump on the Last Train to Paris. I can appreciate the different sound Diddy brought to the table, but sometimes, if youâ€™re not â€œin the music industryâ€Â music might not grab you at first.Â Normal people usually donâ€™t like what music industry people like when it comes to music. I listened to this album the first time and couldnâ€™t hear anything past the MFâ€™s. I thought to myself, â€œWhere is Mr. Positivity?â€ since lately Diddy has been on an anti-hate campaign.Â I was ready to say Diddy was straight tripping and this is not going to work AT ALL. Then I saw the video for â€œAss on the Floorâ€ and thought let me check this out one moâ€™ time. If youâ€™re planning to hop on this train, my advice to you is this. Give it a listen, put it down, then listen again, and tell me what you think. The songs that I will have on repeat are â€œI Hate That You Love Meâ€, â€œAss on the Floorâ€, â€œSomeone to Love Meâ€, â€œHello Good Morningâ€, and â€œLoving You No Moreâ€. I can certainly hear why itâ€™s titled Last Train to Paris, because there is little room for the words HIP HOP on this train. My only question is will you be purchasing a ticket for this trip?
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