P. Diddy On The Success Of 'I Need A Girl'

By | May 21, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Sean “P. Diddy” Combs is enjoying his biggest hit in five years with “I Need A Girl (Part One)” featuring Usher and Loon, which is currently Number Two on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The song is the lead single from the mogul’s latest collection, P. Diddy & Bad Boy Records Present…We Invented The Remix, which was released on Tuesday (May 14).

Recently LAUNCH spoke with Combs, who explained that he seems to have success when speaking from the heart. “‘I Need A Girl’ was just me speaking from my heart. It was a remix off my original album I did with Usher. And we got ‘I Need A Girl (Part Two)’ coming out next week featuring Ginuwine. And you know,usually records when I speak from my heart has like a sexy vibe to it for the ladies to dance to, usually I have success with those.”

Combs will be heading back into the studio in the coming weeks to put the finishing touches on a new album from Dream. Additionally, Combs will be performing at a number of radio shows and tour dates throughout the summer. Ja Rule and the Bad Boy family are expected to join him on some of the dates. The venues have not been announced.

P. Diddy Radio And Tour Performance Dates (Subject To Change):

  • May 17 – Chicago, IL
  • May 18 – Las Vegas, NV
  • May 19 – Columbus, OH
  • May 24 – Washington, DC
  • May 31 – Philadelphia, PA
  • June 2 – New York, NY
  • June 7 – Denver, CO
  • June 9 – Albuquerque, NM
  • June 11 – Tucson, AZ
  • June 13 – St. Louis, MO
  • June 14 – Dallas, TX
  • June 15 – Los Angeles, CA
  • June 16 – Riverside, CA
  • June 20 – Myrtle Beach, SC
  • June 21 – Greensboro, NC
  • June 22 – Chicago, IL
  • June 23 – Detroit, MI
  • June 27 – Orlando, FL
  • June 28 – Baltimore, MD
  • June 29 – Boston, MA
  • July 1 – Toronto, Canada
  • July 2 – Buffalo, NY
  • July 8 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • July 9 – St. Louis, MO
  • July 11 – Minneapolis, MN
  • July 12 – Milwaukee, WI
  • July 13 – Detroit, MI
  • July 14 – Indianapolis, IN
  • July 16 – Columbus, OH
  • July 17 – Cincinnati, OH
  • July 18 – Cleveland, OH
  • July 19 – Seattle, WA
  • July 20 – Philadelphia, PA
  • July 21 – Washington, DC
  • July 25 – Atlanta, GA
  • July 26 – Charlotte, SC
  • July 27 – Raleigh, NC
  • July 28 – Norfolk, VA
  • 30 – Shreveport, LA
  • August 1 – Dallas, TX
  • August 2 – Houston, TX
  • August 3 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • August 4 – Austin, TX
  • August 6 – Kansas City, KS
  • August 7 – Lincoln, NE
  • August 9 – Salt Lake City, UT
  • August 10 – Los Angeles, CA

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