Diddy is still on a mission to prove he can't be stopped. The music mogul graced the stage at the 2015 BET Hip Hop Awards with family from the early Bad Boy days.

With a live band supporting him, Diddy brought out familiar faces including Styles P, King Los and the Bad Boy queen Lil' Kim to debut their new single, "Auction."

"God is all I fear / Money machine is all I hear," the 45-year-old Ciroc pusher rhymed before the Queen Bee chimed in. With blonde tresses, the Brooklyn rapper spit her bars while showing off a few dance moves to the cheers of the crowd.

King Los appeared next to provide some assistance on the new track before Styles P came in with his own verse. The LOX member was joined by Diddy as they continued to play off each other while Kim jammed out. "Welcome to the auction," King Los shouted at the end.

But that wasn't all the Bad Boy leader had up his sleeve. Several claps egged on the Harlem native as he got ready to perform his next new single, "Workin." In a New York fitted cap, Diddy asked the audience to join in by putting their hands together.

"Can't you see I'm on the phone / Don't be coming over here with that / When I'm workin'," he starts on the slow groove before telling the audience to call him Mr. Combs. "When I was 19 I walked in the house and I told my momma she can stop workin."

"Have I not entertained you? Put your mothaf---in' hands together," he commanded as a group of dancers surrounded him onstage to clap along. "I do this s--- for B.I.G., so if you don’t like me, f--- you and the building you work in."

The crew continued to move in unison during the hustler's anthem as one of the female dancers twerked and Diddy threw in a few old school moves of his own.

For more information about the show, visit the BET Hip Hop Awards online here.

Listen to Puff Daddy & The Family's "Workin" (Snippet)

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