Hip hop mogul Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs is quickly approaching the finish line as a recording artist. But first, he wants to go out in a blaze of glory by rereleasing his well received mixtape “MMM (Money Making Mitch)”, on iTunes today. The mixtape serves as a prequel to his final album  “No Way Out 2”, which will be released next year. Combs stated that he’s following in the footsteps of Frank Sinatra. “MMM” was  initially released free on Nov. 4, the Grammy award winning rapper’s 46th birthday. The mixtape earned positive reviews and featured guest appearances by Future, Lil Kim, Jadakiss, French Montana and others. Combs said that he felt compelled to rerelease “MMM” due to the overwhelming demand by fans and colleagues to sell it. The rerelease will include a new interlude and two additional tracks. Combs says he’ll spend time with his six children while planning his next career move. In the meantime, he’ll hit the stage for Fox’s “Pitbull’s New Year’s Revolution”, set to air on Dec. 31. The show will include performances by Timabland, “Empire” star Jussie Smollett, Earth, Wind & Fire and Austin Mahone. One look at the trailer for the Lifetime film “Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart” and viewers will have to have someone to unbreak their hearts. The clip provides a haunting look at what’s to come in 20 seconds. “Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart” tells the story of singer Toni Braxton’s rise to fame and the obstacles she faced,  including health issues. The trailer features Lex Scott Davis as Braxton in a montage of clips from glamor-filled photo shoots and emotionally powerful singing to dark hospital scenes. The film is the unauthorized telling of Braxton’s life, with the singer even making a cameo appearance. Sometimes a trending tweet is more than a trending tweet, as is the case of #StarWarsRaps, which talk show host Jimmy Fallon shared a few days ago, it was the fodder for the bit on “The Tonight Show”, where the best tweets were brought to life by house band The Roots. From “The Next Episode” to Biggie Smalls and the Beastie Boys, the late night crew made a healthy selection of some of hip hop’s biggest hits intergalactic. In addition, Black Thought and Questlove made Chewbacca noises, a fairly irresistible prospect.