Fans are going to have to wait a little while longer for Diddy's 'Last Train To Paris' to make its way into the station. The album which has been pushed back several times suffered another delay and will drop this September.

Diddy revealed the news while across the pond on a promotional run. The hip-hop mogul sat down with British radio disk jockey Scott Mills Friday (June 10) where he talked up the project. "It's a love story," he explained. 'It's about finding love, losing love and trying to get it back again."

Although originally slated for release last year, Diddy and his Dirty Money group members Dawn Richard, formerly of Danity Kane and singer Kalenna, have been on a non-stop run around the country to promote the forthcoming effort. "It was just a huge opportunity to add some female voices," Diddy said of why he chose to form Dirty Money. "Also I've been such a fan of the three member groups like Soul to Soul and Loose Ends. We just wanted to follow in the footsteps of those great groups, great soul groups. The sound of it is like hip-hop electro soul music and it's really great."

After releasing two previous singles, the group's latest, 'Hello Good Morning,' has also failed to become a smash. Released in May, the track peaked modestly at No. 34 on Billboard's Hot 100 charts.

Unfortunately Diddy's new release date may pit him up against some stiff competition as big names like T.I., and Kanye West are rumored to be releasing albums in the same month. 'Last Train To Paris' hits stores September 20.