Rap mogul says he’s back producing ‘for 12 months only’
Diddy has revealed he is to return to becoming a producer.
In an Instagram post, Diddy said his return to production for artists would only last for a year. The photo saw Diddy talking to Pusha T in the studio.
Diddy wrote: “The rumours are true. It’s been a long time since I had been focused on really producing music, my first love. It’s the type of love that will never go away. So I’ve come back for 12 months only. I’m back behind this board. Real niggas and real music are back in style!”
The post named Kanye West, The Weeknd, Pusha T, A$AP Ferg, Cassie, The LOX “and many more” as the artists Diddy would be working with.
Diddy has also been working on his album, Money Makin’ Mitch, which has so far seen the release of the singles Big Homie and I Want The Love., with Rick Ross, Meek Mill and French Montana’s involvement so far confirmed. In 2014, he released the album 11:11 made with Guy Gerber as a free download. His last full album was 2010’s Last Train To Paris.
Kanye West made reference to his work with Diddy when he apologised to Bruno Mars in February for having criticized the singer in the past. West wrote: “I’d really like Bruno to sing the hook on this song 88 Keys, Puff and I produced.”