Diddy Rolls With Dirty Money In The ‘Love Come Down’ Video

Robbie Daw | November 12, 2009 1:52 pm

For those still not able to move on since the dismantling of Danity Kane, at least there’s new group Dirty Money to ease your anguish. The heavyweight trio formed earlier this year and consists of former DK member Dawn Richards, her original mentor Diddy and Kalenna Harper.

And, hark—Dirty Money’s video for single “Love Come Down” (sadly, not an Evelyn “Champagne” King cover) made it’s way onto XXLMag.com today. Check out the clip of the Jay-Z-borrowing song below:

Both “Love Come Down” and Dirty Money track “Angels,” yet another jam with a Hova sample, are set to appear on Diddy’s upcoming album Last Train To Paris. Here’s what Dawn Richards told Vibe about the LP:

“It’s the woman’s point of view. Puff had an idea of finding love, losing love and finding love again as a storyline, but he just didn’t want one perspective. We tell the opposite side and make the love story complete as narrators. We can relate to the story. If they split up, what is she thinking? So it’s through the eyes of both parties.”

See, it always comes back to love. And Jay-Z.