Fat Joe is the latest addition to Diddy's ever-growing crew -- the Dream Team -- which last recruited Busta Rhymes in early June. Diddy declared his new acquisition on Saturday (July 10) to his Twitter nation, writing, "Fat Joe the newest member of the Supreme Team!!!! Lets Go!!!!"

The Dream Team -- currently consisting of Fabolous, Red Cafe, Rick Ross and DJ Khaled -- has already undergone a name change in its few months of existence, after being forced to surrender the Supreme Team to another group.

And although the names on the list keep growing, Diddy and his Dream Team-mates have not revealed any plans to release a collaborative album in the near future. As of now, several group members will release solo projects in July. Busta Rhymes is expected to drop 'E.L.E. 2' -- the sequel to his 1998 album 'E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) -- while Diddy and Rick Ross will release 'Last Train to Paris' and 'Teflon Don,' respectively.

Newcomer Fat Joe, is also slated to drop his new album 'The Darkside' Vol. 1' on July 27. Joe was recently cleared of sexual assault charges after police determined that the allegations were money-motivated.