By Shannon Carlin
The name change comes in honor of his first album in four years, MMM, which does not have a release date as of yet.
In a teaser clip for his latest single “Big Homie,” which will officially drop next Monday (March 31), Puff Daddy makes his triumphant return with a little help from Rick Ross and French Montana, who recently proclaimed that he’ll be executive producing MMM with a recording studio clip posted on Instagram.
Puff Daddy stalks through the super market, hangs out in a bodega and shows off his fur coat behind the wheel of a luxury vehicle.
Earlier this month, Diddy and a few friends including A$AP Rocky, Ashanti, Meek Mill and Bow Wow packed into popular Harlem eatery O’Fishole Seafood to shoot a music video, perhaps the clip for “Big Homie.”
Watch Puff Daddy’s new teaser clip for “Big Homie” below.