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Beauty news: 3am a New Fragrance from Sean “P. Diddy” Combs

Sexually-tinged 3am Ad Breaks Through Clutter in Crowded Fragrance Space


Music mogul and entrepreneur, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, and singer/model girlfriend, Cassie, are featured in an explicit ad for his new fragrance 3am.

Diddy commented to and said,

"The concept for the video represents one of the things that 3 a.m. is for me. It's a very one-on-one time. It's a time to have fun and push the envelope a little bit. It's definitely an hour where you would find yourself with a young lady. Anything can happen at 3 a.m., and in the video, you see a fantasy that's in my head of what happened that night." reported that Macy's rejected the ad.

Combs responded to comments about the ad: "I think if people hear about the video, they're going to hear that it's racy and provocative, but I also think they're going to hear people say that it's beautiful. That whole interaction has nothing to do with sex as much as it has to do with love. My concept is that love is the new sexy."

You be the judge, check out the video with Sean P. Diddy Combs and Cassie below:

HBCU Proud: Ty Stone-Adams, A Southern University Grad

When Glenn Gilliam, Host, What's The 411 saw Ty Stone-Adams at The Network Journal's 25 Influential Black Women in Business Awards, he didn't waste any time maneuvering to interview Ms. Stone-Adams using his Samsung S4 phone. It was the end of the luncheon and the background is a "little" noisy, but we are delighted that Glenn was able to get a few words with Ms. Stone-Adams.

Ty Stone-Adams, MACY's Project Manager & Community Relations Liaison for the Senior Vice President of External Affairs is a graduate of Southern University. Ms. Stone-Adams explains why partnering with The Network Journal is so vital.

WATCH VIDEO: Ty Stone-Adams

HBCU Proud: Traci Otey Blunt

What's The 411TV host, Glenn Gilliam caught up with Traci Otey Blunt at The Network Journal's 25 Influential Black Women in Business luncheon at the New York Marriott Marquis hotel. Ms. Blunt is the SVP, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs for RLJ Companies, which is owned by Robert L. "Bob" Johnson, founder of BET Networks.

Not to miss the opportunity to get a few words with Ms. Blunt, Glenn swung into action with his Samsung S4 smartphone. The background noise is a "little" noisy, but nonetheless we're able to hear Ms. Blunt talk about some of Mr. Johnson's initiatives and her pride of being an HBCU alum.

Ms. Blunt is a graduate of Tennessee State University. She credit Tennessee State University for instilling a "sense of self".


Trailblazing Beauty Entrepreneur Supports Emerging Fashion Designers

WATCH VIDEO: Kim Roxie, youngest African-American woman to launch a beauty brand at Macy's

Kim Roxie, Founder and Creative Director, Lamik Beauty, has a great deal to smile about. Ms. Roxie, one of the sponsors of EMERGE! A Fashion Runway Show, is the youngest African-American woman to launch a brand at Macy's.

Ms. Roxie, the best brand ambassador a company could have, spoke to What's The 411's Barbara Bullard about LAMIK Beauty's unique position in the marketplace.

EMERGE! A Fashion Runway Show is produced by Dionne Williams, Owner, D. Williams Public Relations Group. The EMERGE! A Fashion Runway Show has become one of the top emerging designer platforms during New York Fashion Week and has been consistent in providing a national outlet for emerging designers to showcase their work.

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