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Diddy releases new song with former NBA star neighbor

Former ’80s Syracuse basketball star and NBA-pro-turned-DJ Rony Seikaly has collaborated on a brand new observe together with his Miami neighbor Sean “Diddy” Combs.

The duo have been associates and neighbors in Miami, we hear, and Diddy has apparently been recognized to drop by Rony’s “membership nights” at his house on Star Island, in line with Seikaly’s camp. 

When Seikaly informed Diddy he was engaged on his debut album, they determined to staff up.

On Friday, they launched “Received’t Cease Now,” described as a “brooding home observe that pairs Diddy’s braggadocious swagger to Rony’s immaculate manufacturing.”

The tune contains clips from previous Diddy hits, in addition to a “private voicemail message from Diddy to Rony.”

Stated Seikaly in an announcement: “It’s such an honor to have Diddy on my observe. We’ve talked about it for years and at last made it a actuality.”

His debut album is named “Moonwalk,” and Seikaly will likely be showing reside at upcoming gigs and festivals in Miami, Mexico and Costa Rica. He’s beforehand carried out at Burning Man and Miami’s Extremely Music Competition.

He was the first-ever draft choose for the Miami Warmth again in 1988, and later performed for the Nets, Warriors, Magic within the NBA earlier than shifting to play in Spain. He’s additionally an actual property developer and hosted a Sirius/XM present, “Sugar Free Radio.”

Seikaly informed Forbes final yr of his music profession: “It was a really uphill battle to attempt to inform folks don’t decide me on my previous, decide me on the music I’m enjoying.”

We just lately reported that in additional tutorial information, Diddy has discovered a storied new house for his Capital Prep Harlem college in NYC. The college is relocating to the previous Church of All Saints at East 129th St. and Madison Avenue, which is able to permit the Harlem academy to extend its capability from 500 to 700 college students in grades six by means of 12 starting subsequent college yr.

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