Diddy Changes Name Back to Puff Daddy, Announces New Album ‘MMM’
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.