Thirteen years later, Diddy has finally settled with the victims of the infamous 1999 club shooting, which sent his protege Shyne to prison for a decade. He shelled out $850,000 to the victims. [NYPost]

Following Prince's surprise appearance on the "The View" yesterday, where he rocked a small afro, here's a photo gallery of his various hairstyles throughout his career. [MojoCincy]

Lil Wayne hates New York, and Bronx rapper French Montana understands. "Sometimes you might be like I hate Jamaican food, I'm not saying I hate Jamaicans. I think it go like that and I think that's why nobody really got at him yet for saying that." OK. [RapFix]

This is great: Boston-based label Get On Down Records has re-released Raekwon's classic Only Built 4 Cuban Linx "purple tape" as a limited edition cassette with awesome packaging. There are stickers, a 36-page book and a laquer display case. Apparently they sold out of the first edition of 1,000 in less than 48 hours. [GetOnDown]

Check out the official remix of Brandy's new single "Put it Down," featuring 2 Chainz and Tyga. [Rap-Up]

Ne-Yo will be the star of an upcoming VH1 "Behind the Music," which airs on Sept. 23. L.A. Reid Ne-Yo's mom and more take part. [SingersRoom]

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