Diddy Hops on Metro Boomin's “Creepin' (Remix)” and Music Video f/ The Weeknd and 21 Savage (UPDATE)

The original song appeared on Metro Boomin's 2022 album 'Heroes & Villains.' It samples Mario Winans’ 2003 cut "I Don’t Wanna Know," which also featured Diddy.

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UPDATED 4/10, 9:40 p.m. ET: Metro is back to feed fans with more Heroes & Villains visuals.

Watch “Too Many Nights” featuring Don Toliver and Future below.

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ASAP Rocky also dropped by for the video, which is co-directed by Hidji World, Metro, and Zac Facts. Last week Metro dropped a behind-the-scenes photo calling for Young Thug’s release.

“Free Jeff till Jeff free!!” he tweeted.

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Metro Boomin’s “Creepin’” has received extra star power—not that it was lacking in the first place.

More than three months after unleashing the first version, the producer gifted fans with the official “Creepin’” remix. The new track includes the original verses by The Weeknd and 21 Savage, but is updated with a new contribution from Diddy.

It’s somewhat of a full-circle moment, as “Creepin’” samples Mario Winans’ 2003 record “I Don’t Wanna Know,” which credits Enya and the Bad Boy boss as featured artists. Winans appears in the official music video, directed by Christian Breslauer, embedded above.

Diddy teased the release via Instagram on Thursday, sharing apparent still shots from a “Creepin’” remix music video.

“Creepin” appeared on Metro Boomin’s 2022 project Heroes & Villains, which boasted appearances by John Legend, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Future, ASAP Rocky, and many more.

You can stream the remix on all major platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.


The track arrives just a day after Diddy confirmed his intentions to purchase a majority stake in BET. The hip-hop mogul said he plans to assemble a “team” of Black leaders who would own the network together.

“Media is the most powerful industry in the world but it’s the industry where we have the least amount of ownership, influence and control!” he wrote on Instagram. “It’s time for @BET to be Black-owned again so we have the power to tell our own stories, control our own narrative! This is not about me it’s about WE!!!!”

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