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April 20, 2012

Former DANITY KANE/DIDDY DIRTY $ member DAWN RICHARD gains a pretty dope feature in the fashion magazine REGARD. You can catch a Q&A and some chic fashion pictures of the songbird who released her ARMOR ON album last month. I believe that Dawn is a talented singer and an expressive songwriter. I’m looking forward to more! xo @RozOonTheGo

On what she enjoyed most about working with Diddy Dirty Money
I enjoyed the freedom to dream sonically and lyrically. It was less “boxed,” more “innovative” and that was the place where I dwelled. So, I was in my element. The edge. The rawness. The sound we created became a platform for others. Whether they admit it or not, we broke boundaries with that album.

Read more: Regard Magazine


June 28, 2011
BET AWARDS 2011 MOMENTS:
DIDDY DIRTY MONEY

BET AWARDS 2011 MOMENTS:

DIDDY DIRTY MONEY

June 24, 2011

Song Of The Day: ‘Looking For Love’ -Diddy Dirty Money Feat. Usher 

May 17, 2011
"Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, It’s about learning to dance in the rain …. (im dancing)!"

— via @DawnRichard (Diddy Dirty Money)

April 23, 2011
DDM Rock the Hammerstein NYC!

So I attended the Diddy Dirty Money Show in New York last night! It was crazy! I started off backstage making my rounds then I headed out to take my seat to catch Tyga rip the stage and witness Young Lloyd make women sweat….then came Diddy Dirty Money! I’ll let you find out more details from the http://mtv.com article below. Check it out!

NEW YORK — It was the homecoming leg on his Coming Home Tour, so it was only fitting that Harlem-born Diddy threw a Ciroc-soaked “white party” on Friday as Diddy-Dirty Money hit New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom. The trio worked the dance hits from their Last Train to Paris, but this was a show in three acts, with the mogul/MC reaching back to the dawn of Bad Boy to pay an expansive tribute to “Brooklyn’s Finest” MC, the Notorious B.I.G., and bringing concertgoers along on a visual/sonic journey that spanned his unstoppable career.

Diddy-Dirty Money divas Dawn Richard and Kalenna Harper preceded Diddy to the stage in looks that seemed to channel Grace Jones: Dawn in a thigh-baring cutout dress and Kalenna in a glittery romper, both sharing the creamy palette with Diddy, who was dressed in a sporty, all-white ensemble. The ladies kicked things off with “Yeah, Yeah You Would” (which features Jones), before an energetic Diddy emerged for the dance-floor banger “Ass on the Floor,” with Swizz Beatz delivering the hook via a pre-taped clip that was mounted on enormous projectors — an artfully executed stand-in used throughout the night for other LTP features like Rick Ross and Lil Wayne.

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