Diddy is the master of name changes and has called himself everything from P. Diddy and Puffy to Sean Combs during his career. The Bad Boy head is going back to his roots and announces that he's now going by his original stage name, Puff Daddy.

The hip-hop mogul will use his old handle just in time for his new album. According to Radio.com, Puff is working on his forthcoming 'MMM' project. The effort currently has no release date.

The rapper-producer recently released a visual teaser for his track 'Big Homie,' a song featured on his upcoming LP. In typical Puff Daddy fashion, the clip follows the mogul as he strolls through a supermarket and shows off a massive fur coat while cruising around in a luxury whip. The track features French Montana and Rick Ross.

'MMM' will serve as the follow-up to the 44-year-old's 2010 project 'Last Train to Paris' -- his album with Dirty Money. Puff Daddy's first LP, 'No Way Out,' arrived in 1997. Songs like 'Victory,' 'It's All About the Benjamins' and the Notorious B.I.G. farewell 'I'll Be Missing You' were featured on the effort.