Ever since Harlem man Puff Daddy dubbed himself to be the game’s one and only “Big Homie,” he’s been looking to spread love amongst the culture’s future leaders. The multiple-nicknamed (Diddy, P. Diddy, Puffy, Puff Daddy, etc.,) mogul made sure to do it big at the Flagship Store of Los Angeles’ Popular Demand hub located in Hollywood’s street fashion nucleus of Fairfax Avenue.
“Bompton’s” native son YG just wants to party and he made sure to do just that by wooing the crowd with choice cuts from his chart-topping debut My Krazy Life. Lyrical tour de force Dizzy paved the way for the young gangsta by dropping the frantic “Everywhere I Go” from his recently released State of Mind EP. REVOLT’s DJ Damage and DJ Jae Murphy were also in the building representing.
Popular Demand marketing director J.J. Parker wrapped the 10-foot wall with a REVOLT graphic to commemorate Puffy’s presence and hundreds more even stood outside the door to catch a glimpse of the spectacle inside.
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Photo: Mike Le, Instagram/Popular Demand, Third Floor Network
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