Harlem Man P. Diddy’s Top 10 Best-Selling Songs Of All Time

June 21, 2024

Harlem’s P. Diddy, is a hip-hop mogul who has left an indelible mark on the music industry.

With his unique blend of rap, R&B, and pop, he has crafted numerous chart-topping hits that have solidified his status as a legendary artist, not just a Harlem artist.

Here are our curated list of P. Diddy’s top 10 best-selling songs of all time:

1. “I’ll Be Missing You” (1997)

This emotional tribute to The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Faith Evans and 112 topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 11 weeks and remains Diddy’s biggest hit to date.

It has sold over 3.5 million copies in the US alone.

Price: $20.00

2. “Mo Money Mo Problems” (1997)

Featuring Diddy, Mase, and the late Notorious B.I.G., this hip-hop classic from the film “Money Talks” spent two weeks at #1 and has sold over 2 million copies in the US.

Price: $4.56

3. “It’s All About the Benjamins” (1997)

The lead single from Diddy’s debut album “No Way Out” peaked at #2 and has moved over 1.5 million units, becoming one of his signature songs.

Price: $5.57

4. “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” (1997)

This empowering anthem featuring Mase was Diddy’s first #1 hit as a lead artist, spending 6 weeks atop the Hot 100.

It has scanned over 1.2 million copies.

Price: $6.99

5. “I Need a Girl (Part One)” (2002)

The lead single from his third album featured Usher and Loon. It hit #2 on the Hot 100 and has sold over 1 million copies in the US.

Price: $56.59

6. “Shake Ya Tailfeather” (2003)

This club banger featuring Nelly and Murphy Lee from the “Bad Boys II” soundtrack spent 4 weeks at #1 and has moved over 1 million units.

Price: $18.44

7. “Come With Me” (1998)

Sampling Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” this unique collaboration with Jimmy Page reached #4 and has scanned over 900,000 copies.

Price: $6.49

8. “I Need a Girl (Part Two)” (2002)

The sequel to “Part One” featured Ginuwine, Loon, and others. It hit #4 on the Hot 100 and has sold around 800,000 copies.

Price: $139.00

9. “Last Night” (2007)

The lead single from his album “Press Play” featured Keyshia Cole and peaked at #9, selling over 700,000 copies.

Price: $4.00 –

10. “Victory” (1998)

This inspirational anthem from the film “No Way Out” hit #2 and has moved over 600,000 units in the US.

Price: $212.00

With innovative production, catchy hooks, and an undeniable Harlem swagger, P. Diddy has cemented himself as one of hip-hop’s most successful and influential artists through these massive hit songs.

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