At the time of an October 2010 interview with Hit Quarters, A&R Daniel 'Skid' Mitchell said that Cassie had already recorded around fifty songs for the album.
Anything can happen at 3 a.m., and in the video, you see a fantasy that's in my head of what happened that night." "First of all, I want [people] to like the design of the bottle, but just like with any fragrance, I want somebody to stop you in the elevator and ask you what you're wearing," he explained. "No matter what the fragrance is called, that's my objective. " the original ad was deemed too racy and had to be edited before it was approved by Macy's—a report which Combs seemingly confirmed on Monday in promotion of the ad. There's also simulated sex (and a shirtless Diddy) coupled with far more titillating scenes than we saw in the original "I think if people hear about the video, they're going to hear that it's racy and provocative, but I also think they're going to hear people say that it's beautiful," Diddy told ahead of the release of the commercial."That whole interaction has nothing to do with sex as much as it has to do with love.She is featured in a spread in the August/September issue of Bust in which she said a new single will be released in the fall.
She has recently told her Twitter followers that she is still in the studio recording for her album.
” While neither have confirmed the news themselves, Ventura posted a photo on Instagram Sunday of herself leaning up against a car with Diddy by her side.
In the one-minute racy clip, we see the 28-year-old singer strip down completely naked, provocatively straddle her man and even flash a glimpse of what appears to be her nipple ring.
My concept is that love is the new sexy." As for how the concept of the video came about? It's a time to have fun and push the envelope a little bit.
"The concept for the video represents one of the things that 3 a.m. It's definitely an hour where you would find yourself with a young lady.
She also appeared in rapper Wiz Khalifa's "Roll Up" music video as his love interest.