MONROE TUESDAYS featuring King Combs
Monroe Tuesdays featuring King Combs.
Born into music industry royalty, it was only a matter of time before Christian Combs, son of Sean “Diddy” Combs, started making music of his own. Growing up around celebrities and world-famous musicians, Christian Combs was modeling, singing, and rapping while still in his teens. He released a series of singles, starting with “Type Different” in 2017 and including one the next year with Chris Brown. In 2019, he issued his debut EP, Cyncerely, C3, which had features from Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign.
Christian Combs was born in 1998 to rap mogul Sean Combs (aka Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy, Love, and other monikers) and model Kimberly Porter. Shortly after finishing high school, Christian began his music career, merging both heavier rap production with smooth R&B undercurrents. While involved in music, modeling, and other pursuits, he labeled himself King Combs and signed with his father’s label, Bad Boy Entertainment, in 2016.
His first singles arrived in 2017, starting with “Type Different,” featuring guest spots from Bay Swag and Lajan Slim, and quickly followed by “F*ck the Summer Up” and “Feeling Savage” later that year. In early 2018 he released “Love You Better,” a more R&B-leaning single featuring Chris Brown on guest vocals. April of that year saw the release of 90’s Baby, a mixtape that found Combs rapping over classic instrumentals from the early-’90s hip-hop scene when his father came of age. In early 2019, he returned with the Cyncerely, C3 EP, which featured appearances by Jeremih, Smooky MarGielaa, 03 Greedo, Ty Dolla $ign, and more.
Right from an exclusive experience of elevated cuisine, unforgettable dinner show to innovative cocktails and partying all night; there is so much in store for you!
AED 250 for a full three course meal for Ladies.
This includes sharing starters, main course and dessert.
Complimentary bevs all night long
Dress code: Smart/Elegant
Music: By DJ Keza
Booking and Information: 04 510 3100
Management reserves right of admission.