Giggs and Diddy join forces for a sold-out show in London to raise money for charity

by Patria

Giggs and Diddy teamed up for a sell-out show in London on Tuesday.

The 54-year-old rapper previously teamed up with By Chance hitmaker Giggs, 40, on their hit track Mandem – which was released earlier this year – but the duo reunited as they took to the stage at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Tuesday (07.11.23) alongside a star-studded line-up of special guests including Diddy’s son King Combs, Jozzy, Shyne and Nova Wave.

Tickets for the event, which benefited charities the Sickle Cell Society and Black Minds Matter, sold out in just five minutes.

Giggs – whose real name is Nathaniel Thompson – opened his set with ‘Ting Dem’ before working his way through other classics such as ‘Lock Doh’ and ‘3 Wheels Up’ before closing his solo set with ‘Look What the Cat Dragged In’.

Diddy – whose real name is Sean Paul Combs – then took to the stage for ‘Victory’ and was joined by his son King Combs for a performance of his track ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’ before performing his 1997 classic ‘Missing You’.

Just three days earlier, Diddy had celebrated his 54th birthday and Giggs marked the occasion by leading the crowd in a rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ to the rap star as he brought a cake on stage in celebration.

The duo concluded the proceedings by reuniting on stage for another jam-packed setlist, performing hits such as ‘Starlets’, ‘Gotta Move On’ and ‘Need a Girl 2’ before ending their time together at the intimate gig with a rendition of ‘We Nuh Fraid’.

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