When Diddy was in his prime, he used to rap about his children; now, one of them just surpassed him on the charts. On Sunday, King Combs took to social media to announce that his single "Can't Stop Won't Stop" had overtaken the top spot on the "Urban Mediabase" charts.
"IT’S OFFICIAL!! #CANTSTOPWONTSTOP is #1!!! S/o my boi YAK!!! [Kodak Black] Thank you to all the DJ’s and everyone who supported me on this journey!! Thankful for it all!! We got 10 more #1’s on the way!!!
His father's song, "Gotta Move On," ranks #6 on Mediabases' Urban charts. Additionally, the aforementioned singles by the father-son duo are currently in the top 10 on Billboard‘s Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts. They are the only such pair to reach that platueu. Diddy secured his first number-one song (Can't No Body Hold Me Down) when he was 28-years-old, back in 1997, King Combs has accomplished the same feat at the age of 22.
Source: The Source