Less than a week after Rick Ross unveiled the artwork for his upcoming album, Mastermind, Diddy is opening up about serving as co-executive producer on the rapper’s sixth studio effort, which will arrive next month.
“It’s a team effort,” Diddy revealed a statement on Thursday. “Ross, [DJ] Khaled, Gucci Pucci and I are like a family. The goal for Mastermind was to create a classic album.”
The rap mogul adds, “Once we put all our superpowers together we knew there was nothing stopping us from accomplishing our goal.”
The upcoming project will be among the growing list of 85 albums that Diddy previously executive produced, including Notorious B.I.G‘s Life After Death and Mary J. Blige‘s What’s the 411?
Rozay comments, “Diddy is one of the greatest producers of all time and someone I respect. He has a proven track record of not only creating hit records but also classic albums. It just made sense for me to have him be a part of this process.”
Mastermind arrives March 4 via Maybach Music Group/Def Jam Recordings.
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