Diddy’s ‘Last Train to Paris’ Surfacing in December
It's been years since Diddy formed his group Diddy-Dirty Money and announced the release of their debut 'Last Train to Paris,' but it appears as though the LP will finally see the light of day. After several pushbacks, the album is officially slated to drop on December 14, a date that, even though it comes from the boss man himself, could very well change based on similar previous announcements.
"Ayo whattup y'all, it's your boy. I'm about to start doing a lot of Diddy blogging," warned a hyped up Diddy on the set of the video for their single 'Hate That You Love Me.' "Last Train to Paris' coming December 14!"
Diddy has promised the album's release many times over the past few years, with street dates set as far back as September 2009. After the album failed to materialize last year, the electro-influenced offering was supposed to hit stores this June, but was stalled yet again and set for a September 2010 release.
In anticipation of the album's release, Diddy, Kalenna and Dawn Richard are working their Drake-assisted single 'Loving You No More,' produced by Rodney Jerkins. 'Paris' has already spawned the club hit 'Hello Good Morning' and its subsequent remix featuring Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj.