Diddy's Son Drops New Song With Chris Brown 'Love You Better'

Diddy's son, King Combs (Christian Combs), has a new song featuring Chris Brown.

The track, "Love You Better," samples Schoolly D’s 1985 track “P.S.K. What Does It Mean?” which was later reused by Case on the hit song "Touch Me Tease Me." It also shoed up The Notorious B.I.G.’s “B.I.G. Interlude.”

The song finds the 19-year-old trying to get his woman back after she kicked rocks.

"What's wrong, girl ? Pick up the phone/Sayin' "you not home, nigga leave me alone" (woo)/But fuck it then, that's my word I'll never love again/Same time wanting you back, I'm a sucker then (oh baby)/Coulda gave you my last name, you on some other shit/All 'cause your thought I was laid up with some other chick," Combs solemnly raps on the first verse.

Chris Brown comes in on the hook wondering what he can do to make things better.

"Tell me how to make things right, because I just need you in my life," Chris Brown croons on the hook over production by Diddy and Mr. Pay Attention.

You can purchase the track here. Take a listen: