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King Combs' Latest Single 'Can't Stop Won't Stop,' Hits Number 1 on the Charts


Rising rap artist King Combs brought back peak 90s nostalgia with his latest single Can't Stop Won't Stop, and his effort paid off as the 24-year-old just garnered his first Number 1 record on Billboard‘s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.


Released this past July, the Lil' Kim and Lil' Cease Crush on You sampled track has already racked up 33 million listens across streaming platforms and the music video has been viewed over 14 million times. Combs enlisted rapper Kodak Black to add his twist on the dance anthem. The son of hip-hop mogul, Diddy, continues to show that he is in this for the long run while paying homage to his father's legacy with music such as this latest single.



"Its official, 'Can't Stop Won't Stop' is #1," Combs said in an Instagram post. "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," he captioned.



Can't Stop Won't Stop marks one of the first projects from Combs since his 2019 project Cyncerely, C3, which featured artists such as Jeremih, City Girls, Tee Grizzley, Ty Dolla $ign and others.


Combs' famous father also chimed in acknowledging how hard his son has worked to get to this point in his career.


"Words can't describe how proud I am of my son," Diddy posted on social media. "He put in that work, they made him work harder and he worked harder. Congratulations, I'm proud of you son," He continued. The celebrations has been going on for days, as fans and friends have been seen dancing to "Can't Stop Won't Stop" in honor of the young legend in the making.


The father and son duo both have a reason to celebrate. Diddy's return to music with his single Gotta Move On, is currently number 1 on Billboard's US Adult R&B Songs. As for Combs, fans can expect Can't Stop Won't Stop remix and a full project scheduled for early 2023.

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