Last Train to Paris
Along with his new female duo and guests like T.I. and Drake, Diddy takes a cool journey through clubland that is more Gorillaz/Massive Attack than Puff Daddy. 
On the cover of his latest, Kelly strikes a pose that evokes Ray Charles or a young Stevie Wonder. And he brings a classic R&B vibe to love songs like “Radio Message.” 
From crunk (“Gimmie Dat”) to electro (“Turn It Up” with Usher) and reggae (“Wants for Dinner”), Ciara’s instincts take her to the dance floor on her fourth set. 
Entren Los Que Quieran
The Puerto Rican hip-hop brothers show why they have won 10 Latin Grammys on an ambitious album (translation: Everybody Is Welcome) that embraces muchos styles.