Diddy-Dirty Money took to the stage on 'Saturday Night Live' to perform tracks off the group's oft-delayed 'Last Train to Paris,' due Dec. 14. The Bad Boy Records CEO, joined by Dawn Richard and Kalenna, was introduced by Robert DeNiro before moving into the uplifting tune, 'Coming Home.'

Bathed in bright light, the female pair sang the track's chorus, "Let the rain wash away/ All the pain of yesterday/ I know my kingdom awaits/ And they've forgiven my mistakes/ I'm coming home, coming home/ Tell the world I'm coming home," before Mr. Combs made his way to the front between his two songbirds.

Decked out in sunglasses, a flashy grill decorating his bottom teeth and all black everything attire, Diddy took center stage rapping, "What am I supposed to do when the club lights come on? It's easy to be Puff, but it's harder to be Sean/ What if my twins ask why I ain't marry their mom?/ Damn, how do I respond?/ What if my son stares with a face like my own?/ And says he wants to be like me when he's grown?/ Sh--, but I ain't finish growing."

Later in the program, the trio switched up the energy, while cascaded in a red glow, with 'A-- on the Floor,' featuring Swizz Beatz. After the producer shouted for the audience to "Get your hands in the air," Kalenna and Dawn traded verses and shimmied around the stage. Before Diddy grabbed a hold of the mic, he sat nonchalantly on a throne-like chair, surrounded by three blond women.

'Last Train to Paris' hits store Dec. 14.



Watch Diddy-Dirty Money's 'Coming Home'

Watch Diddy-Dirty Money's 'A-- on the Floor'