Puff Daddy is back in rapping form, and adopting his old moniker for it, and although we did hear a leak of his new single "Big Homie" back in February, today the official version of the Rick Ross and French Montana-featured cut has surfaced.
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.
In February Bad Boy Diddy announced he was working on a new album, simply titled MMM, which would be executive produced by fellow Bad Boy French Montana. This will serve as the music mogul's first album 2010's Last Train To Paris and will be his seventh since his 1997 debut No Way Out.
As we learned at the beginning of February, Puff Daddy is getting back to his rap grind and working on a new album this year, the ambiguously-titled MMM which will be executive produced by his Bad Boy underling French Montana.
Diddy served as executive producer on French Montana's 2013 debut album, Excuse My French, and apparently he's asked French to return the favor. The Bad Boy mogul has been dropping hints about an upcoming project through his various soical media outlets, using the hashtag MMM.