Rick Ross reveals that Puff Daddy's new album "MMM" stands for "Money Making Mitch."
Diddy (now Puff Daddy) and Rick Ross have worked closely over the past few months, first on Rozay's recent Mastermind album, which Puff executive produced. Now that Diddy is working on his own album, MMM, Ricky Rozay is returning the favor. Ross is the featured artist on Puff's lead single "Big Homie" which we heard a few weeks back (and a visual is on the way).
When it was first announced that the Bad Boy label head was working on MMM, the acronym remained a mystery. Today, Rozay has revealed what it stands for: Money Making Mitch, taking a cue from the classic film "Paid In Full." The MMG bawse happened to reveal the fact during a very brief clip from Trace, which you can check out below. Ross says, "The Bugatti Boys. You know we was in the studio and we actually spoke about music for that. You know he [Diddy] in the studio working on music for his project Money Making Mitch. But you know the Bugatti Boys we still gettin' money."
As we reported on previously, Money Making Mitch will be executive produced by French Montana.