Diddy Calls Out Apple Music & Spotify: “I Drop My Music When The F*ck I Want”

Written by on October 2, 2022

Diddy voiced his frustration with a number of streaming platforms throughout a current rant on social media, calling out Apple Music and Spotify by title. He says that he’s bored with following varied “guidelines and laws” of when he can launch his personal music.

“Yeah we gotta change tone,” Diddy mentioned. “Verify this out, for those who work for Apple or Spotify and y’all obtained these guidelines and laws, we gotta drop our music if you need us to drop our music — yo, I drop my music when the fuck I wish to drop my music. And y’all gonna need to catch up, it’s all good.”

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Whereas Diddy didn’t specify what music he’s having a problem releasing, the rant bodes effectively for followers who’re hoping for new music from the legendary artist earlier than the tip of the yr.

From there, Diddy remarked that there’s “folks out right here attempting to manage me. They attempting to manage us, fuck that. I ain’t being managed. I’m being fucking free, I ain’t come all this option to take heed to some fucking algorithm, laptop guidelines — fuck that.”

“I wish to make it completely clear, for those who fuck with my shit, play it,” he continued. “In the event you don’t, it’s all good. You can’t cease this. You can’t by no means, ever, ever cease this. No computer systems, not you not your job, not your media base — you can’t cease the sensation of the frequency by no means, ever, ever, on God.”

Diddy additionally just lately previewed a “Gotta Move On (Remix)” that includes Yung Miami of the Metropolis Women.

Take a look at Diddy’s rant beneath.

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