Sean Combs Reverts Back To Puff Daddy For New Album

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March 25, 2014 | 4:56am EST

Hip-hop mogul Sean Combs is returning to his roots as Puff Daddy as he prepares to release a new album.
The rapper/producer has undergone a number of name changes over the years but for the next phase in his music career, he is going back to Puff Daddy, the moniker he used when he recorded his first commercial vocal work in 1997.
Combs, who has gone by Diddy as his stage name for nearly 10 years, made the change on Monday as he announced the release of his sixth studio album titled MMM, his first record since 2010’s Diddy-Dirty Money collaboration, Last Train to Paris.
The album is expected to hit shelves later this year.