Kicking off the show was Young Money rapper Tyga, who warmed up the crowd before handing the reigns off to singer Lloyd, who called on the likes of Game and Nipsey Hussle for his performance.
Despite the star-studded location, the only guest that Diddy seemed willing to share the stage with was his young son Christian, who danced alongside his doting dad during a medley of his solo hits and features.
The set, lasting roughly an hour and a half, featured tracks from the trio's 'Last Train to Paris' debut, including 'Angels,' 'Hello Good Morning' and 'Loving You No More,' showcasing just how the seemingly unconventional group has blossomed into a well-mended threesome.
Yet the most interesting section of the concert was a montage chronicling Diddy's relationship with the late Notorious B.I.G. The emotional video sequence featured past interviews of the slain rapper and a representation of their friendship, which transcended their business dealings.
"Follow your dreams," Diddy instructed the crowd before his group members rejoined him on stage for a final song. The Dirty Money Coming Home tour wraps up May 10 in Phoenix, Ariz.
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