Hip-hop has existed long enough that we are now seeing the children of legends become adults, beginning to make their own way in the game. Christian "King" Combs, the song of Diddy, is making a name for himself as a rapper and also a fashion enthusiast. He ecently walked the runway for Dolce & Gabbana during the 2018 Milan Fashion Week show.

The show's theme was "King's Angels" and showcased the millennial sons of well-known celebrities, social media stars and music artists. King joined the likes of Kevin Chaplin, the grandson of silent film pioneer Charlie Chaplin, Pierce Brosnan's son Paris and more.

Of course, the elder Combs was in attendance showing his support. In an Instagram post, Diddy posted a video of his son modeling in the show. "I’m so proud of my son!! @kingcombs @dolcegabbana #blackexcellence," he wrote.

While King Combs does have a campaign with Dolce & Gabanna, he also makes music. He dropped the Smooky Margielaa-assisted "Feeling Savage" recently. The collaboration between the two NYC youths is produced by Legal Money, and finds King showing flashes of his father with lines like, "I rock that Goyard on my waves got me feeling paid/I'm moving in the black Wraith, you ain't in my lane."

In the middle of the summer last year, King released a pair of records to coincide with his new Bad Boy/Epic Records deal "F*ck the Summer Up" shows the young rapper fighting for his spot in rap's current conversation, and the video is a stunt-filled intro to King Combs, complete with throwback Bad Boy clothing. The second song, "Type Different," features Bay Swag and Lajan Slim. On the song, King makes it clear that he has something new to offer, and will always stay true to his vision.

Check out D&G's official photo of King and Diddy's video below.

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