Diddy and Pharrell's 'Finna Get Loose' Brings Back Early 2000's Hip-Hop

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Those who missed the old school Neptunes style production that took over the early 2000's are going to love "Finna Get Loose" the new track by Diddy featuring Pharrell Williams.

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"Finna Get Loose" was featured in Diddy's Bad Boy Reunion performance at the 2015 BET Awards where he was joined on stage by Pharrell Williams for the debut.

The connection far extends to the early 2000's on tracks such as Busta Rhymes' "Pass The Courvoisier."

Don't forget both Diddy and Williams were also feature on Limp Bizkit's "New Old Songs" remix album.

"Finna Get Loose" follows that same styling where a Neptunes-esque beat is present in each song. Williams is known for his master production on plethora of tracks throughout the last decade and he goes old-school on this new track.

"Diddy has been promoting his upcoming album MMM under his old moniker Puff Daddy, and this remains true here," according to HotNewHipHop.

The track is a Hip-Hop dance song that will immediately bring that feeling of nostalgia. It's the perfect some for Diddy's famous "Diddy Bop" dance and styled as a major radio hit.

When it comes to that classic style this track certainly won't disappoint. Check out "Finna Get Loose" below.

Listen to "Finna Get Loose" below.