The original Bad Boy is back!
P.Diddy/Diddy not only changed his name back to his original Bad Boy moniker — Puff Daddy — but he just released the full version of his first single in five years.
The name change (or revert, actually) is all thanks to the hip-hop mogul going back to his rapping days, which is obviously apparent in his latest single “Big Homie” featuring Rick Ross and French Montana.
We got a taste of the track twice before when he, in true Puffy fashion, released a short clip of the video and then a star-studded supertrailer featuring the likes of Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg and many more.
The track is totally different from Puff’s previous work as an artist, showcasing his influence from others like Ross, who he’s been working with for a very long time.
Check out Puff Daddy’s latest track, “Big Homie,” above and pick up his upcoming album, Money Making Mitch, when it hits stores later this year.