King Combs, Diddy’s Son, Taps Chris Brown For “Love You Better”

blame it on Shake February 9, 2018

Over the years, we’ve seen the children of legends try their hands in making music with mixed results. Master P’s son Romeo never really caught traction while Big Pun’s son Chris Rivers has managed to carve a niche out with his lyricism and penchant for ripping a beat to shreds just like his pops used to do back in the day.

Enter Christian “King” Combs, the son of Diddy, who after testing the waters with a few loose joints, is throwing his proverbial shiny suit into the ring with the release of his new single, “Love You Better” featuring Chris Brown.

Clearly influenced by both Diddy and the eras of music that surrounded his reign on the game, King Combs comes in sounding like a perfect mix of Puff and Ma$e. Flipping Schoolly D’s “P.S.K. What Does It Mean,” which many will recognize from Case, Foxy Brown and Mary J Blige’s “Touch Me Tease Me,” “Love You Better” can be heard below.

Check it out and, if you’re digging what you hear, add the song on your preferred service. It’s on all of them.