Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Thinks 3am is the Best Time to Hit the Brand Spot #WUWECAST

This production of “Wise-up Wednesdays” Blogcast by Douette ‘Doc’ Cunningham is a presentation in “social media entertainment from the groove-track of life!” #WUWECAST

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Theme:–The Year of ‘Uppertunity’ – Get Lifted!”
With Higher Hopes, Bolder Dreams and Greater Teams (Old-School Flava)

In presidential campaigns the idea of the ‘3AM phone call’ is a big deal. Some candidates have used it as a way to separate themselves from their opponent. They might even use it as part of their political branding. Well, Sean ‘Puff Daddy’ Combs thinks 3AM is the best time to hit the brand spot.

Combs released the ‘3AM’ perfume fragrance to add to his business empire. He tells LA Confidential magazine “Honestly, I’ve never been someone who does just one thing; that’s not who I am,” He says “Life’s way too short. My goal has always been to excel in every direction and in a monumental way.”

The brand spot for Combs started as a rapper. He choose that as his ‘lane in the game’ and line of work because of his love for music. After a few years of mixing things up as a record company executive and artist promoter, Combs launched the ‘Sean John’ clothing line as the new ‘cool-sexy-swag’ in apparel.

In between photo shoots and media appearances Combs is busy running his cable channel REVOLT. It’s a place for him to keep his love for music alive. It also vibes with his brand spot as a marketing guru and trendsetting promoter. Combs is in the zone when he’s making his passion ‘do what it do.’

He’s gone through stage names as often as he’s expanded into new ventures. First it was Puff Daddy, then Puffy, P. Diddy and just Diddy. It’s like he has a name for each season of his brand-ability. Combs says his style has gone more classic, career has more purpose and his brand has become ultra global.

Groove-Track: American Authors – ‘Believer’ – https://youtu.be/DYj40-cZ5vI

Theme:–The Year of ‘Uppertunity’ – Get Lifted!”
With Higher Hopes, Bolder Dreams and Greater Teams (New-School Flava)

Presidential campaigns are abuzz. Some candidates running on what wuz. The ‘3AM’ phone call a big deal. Used as a tactic for keeping it real. A way to separate from others in the running. Something that’s part of political branding. Well, Sean ‘Puff Daddy’ Combs sees 3AM as best time for winning.

New perfume fragrance for romantic fire. And to add to his mega biz empire. Tells magazine he’s never been cut-out for one thing. Doesn’t mind having more bounce and bling. That’s not who he is from jump. Life’s short to be down in the dump. Goal to excel in every direction. By growing in industry connection.

Brand spot for Combs began as a rapper. Yea he wasn’t born with a silver platter. His ‘lane in the game’ and line of work. His love for music beyond a clerk. Mixing it up as record exec and promoter-in-chief. For many artists he was their relief. Launched clothing line before Pharrell. As new ‘cool-sexy-swag’ apparel.

Between photo shoots and another media stop. He’s busy making fashion and music pop. With an eye on REVOLT cable channel vibe. Helps keep his love for music alive. In the zone as marketing guru and trendsetter. Making his passion ‘do what it do’ like a go-getter.

Mariah Carey was once on his label. Many others coming from his stable. Gone through stage names with each venture. Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy and Diddy adventure. As if each name was for a season. But brand-ability the main reason. Classis style and ultra global hot. Career on purpose to hit the brand spot.

Diddy2Tip: Hitting the ‘brand spot’ is good for going from today’s career to tomorrow’s pioneer.
Talkback: Diddy vs. Dr. Dre as music moguls: Who’s the man?
Groove-Tracks: Owl City ft. Aloe Blacc – ‘Verge’ – https://youtu.be/nYCURBSSyXw

Mariah Carey – ‘Infinity’ – https://youtu.be/DO1CQhwCiG0

This production of “Wise-up Wednesdays” Blogcast by Douette ‘Doc’ Cunningham is a presentation in “social media entertainment from the groove-track of life!” #WUWECAST

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