VIDEO: Diddy At The 2013 Country Music Awards

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Sean Combs made an appearance last night at the 2013 Country Music Awards as special guest presenter alongside Kelly Pickler.  Never one to let an opportunity for a shameless plug go to waste, Diddy decided to express his love for all music genres and explained that was the reasoning for the birth of his new music network Revolt TV.  Take a look at how the awkward exchange of dialogue went down live on television.

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VIDEO: Diddy Opens Up About His Father On Revolt TV

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Revolt TV showcases a short clip from Diddy enjoying his early morning breakfast and taking the opportunity during his down time to open up and share details with viewers about who his father was.  The Bad Boy head honcho speaks from the heart and explains why he believes his father’s hustler mentality played a big part in his own life after revealing he made his living as a drug dealer in Harlem.  Watch the intimate clip as Diddy confesses his feelings about his dad, Melvin Combs, and briefly shares what his life was like growing up without him in his life after he was murdered.

VIDEO: Diddy Launches Revolt TV Network From Biggie’s Stoop

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Diddy does the honors of launching Revolt TV from the stoop of Biggie Small’s home in Brooklyn.  Taking it back to the roots of where it all started, Diddy breaks down the significance of the movement to the cameras as he prepped viewers for the monumental occasion that was about to unfold for television.  Watch as Diddy handles the countdown for the launch himself and celebrates the birth of his new cable network dedicated strictly to music.

VIDEO: Diddy & Ma$e Reunite At OVO Fest After 9 Years

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OVO Fest 2013 certainly will go down as one of the year’s best shows for all of its classic moments and roster of artists who came out to perform.  One special moment was caught by Revolt TV cameras as Diddy reunited with his old partner in crime Ma$e.  Check out the footage below to see the duo surprise fans in Toronto and perform classics like “Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems” and “Feel So Good.”