Sean Combs, who has been using the Diddy moniker since about 2005, has decided to bring it back to the 90’s and change his name back to his original moniker of Puff Daddy for his upcoming album.
The name change coincides with the announcement of Combs’ new album, MMM, by way of releasing a trailer for the first single “Big Homie.”
MMM will be Puffy’s first album released in four-years.
Earlier this year, French Montana took to his Instagram page and revealed that he will serve as MMM‘s executive producer.
As of press time, no information other than the title of the album and that it will be released under the Puff Daddy moniker has been made known; but stay tuned to DS and we will keep you updated when more information about Puff ‘s new album comes to light.
Watch the trailer for the video to MMM‘s lead single, “Big Homie” which features Rick Ross and French Montana, below. The full music video for “Big Homie” is set to drop on Monday, March 31st.