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Pretty soon, Puff Daddy P.Diddy Diddy Sean Combs is going to pull a Prince and become "the artist formerly known as…" 

Oh wait. Like today. Sean Combs is Puff Daddy once again.

He revealed the change back to the name that helped make him famous in a one-minute trailer for his upcoming new release, "Big Homie," featuring Rick Ross and French Montana.

Sean Combs Big Homie Trailer

The name change comes as part of his new album, reportedly titled MMM, which will be his first since 2010’s Last Train to Paris.

"Big Homie," the first single off the album, features Rick Ross and French Montana. The video shows the rappers suspended in various situations until a gunshot rings out and the camera begins featuring stacks of cash. The full video will hit the world on March 31.


Sean Combs, aka Puff Daddy, hit the music scene in the 90s using the name Puffy. In 1997, he put out his first album, No Way Out,  using the name Puff Daddy.

He changed his moniker to P. Diddy in 2001 for The Saga Continues and to Diddy in 2006 for Press Play.