Diddy has reverted back to his moniker Puff Daddy for his next album, titled MMM.
If you’re confused about what to call him now, the rap mogul addressed his stage name on Twitter. “For the record, I did not change my name. I always have been and always will be PUFF DADDY! 🙂 Be cool Man lol tweeted.RT!!!!” he
The rapper also unveiled a lengthy trailer for his new single, “Big Homie,” which officially drops on Monday, March 31. In the clip, which was filmed outside O’Fishole Seafood and Jumbo Hamburgers in Harlem, Puff is joined by famous friends including Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Ashanti, Bow Wow, and Jadakiss.
The upcoming project marks Diddy’s first release since 2010’s Diddy-Dirty Money collaborative effort, Last Train to Paris, and his first solo effort since 2006’s Press Play.
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