Diddy’s son Quincy has just debuted his new music video and HollywoodLife.com has the exclusive behind-the-scenes video that you are totally going to want to see!
Quincy, 23, is on fire! The singer has just dropped his hot new video, “Friends First” ft. French Montana and we are obsessed with it! It’s the first from his debut album, 1942 and HollywoodLife.com has exclusive footage of Quincy hanging with his famous parents, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Kim Porter on the set of Revolt TV when they first aired the video and some of the biggest names in the rap world like Wiz Khalifa, Hit-Boy and Audio Push showed up!
Diddy’s Son Quincy & French Montana ‘Friends First’ — Behind The Scenes
In the behind-the-scenes footage we get to go backstage with Quincy at Revolt TV and see him hang with his famous friends before dropping the video. Quincy, who you often see hanging with Justin Bieber, Tyga and Kylie Jenner really has us going in this song. Just take a look at the lyrics, they are sure to make any girl swoon!
“Girl how you doing?/I like how you moving/And keep on doing ’cause you doing it right/Do about your business/I’m just tryina get in it/So what we doing after this tonight?”
Also in the mydiveo exclusive video are some of his good pals: Matt Mrok, Kenny Burns, Neil Dominique, Kelli Huerte, PingTank founder, Jeremy Greene, Liane V, Wally Valenzuela, Shameik Moore, Jen Deleon, Nastassia Thomas, and Hannah Stocking.
We love seeing Quincy hang out with his Diddy and there’s a really funny moment between them that you have to see by watching the video! Quincy actually directed the video with FourXample Productions and in case you didn’t think Quincy was busy enough working on his new album, which is set to debut sometime in 2015, he is actually a movie star! He’s one of the leading guys in Dope, a new flick starring Zoe Kravitz, ASAP Rocky and Tyga. Plus, he is also starring in another movie with our fave girl, Keke Palmer called Brotherly Love!
HollywoodLifers, you have to check out the video and tell us what you think!
— Chloe Melas