Diddy has been pretty adamant about bringing back his old moniker, so much so, the Bad Boy mogul claimed he would not only revive his infamous alias – but he would also go back to producing for a limited time – one year to be exact.
With the Ciroc honcho putting the final touches on his long awaited LP, “Money Making Mitch,” he took time out of his busy schedule to announce that he’s added a new member to his Hitmen production team: Kanye West.
The Hitmen, consisting of Love and Hip Hop’s Stevie J, singer/producer Mario Winans, Chucky Thompson and Deric D-Dot Angelettie (aka the Madd Rapper), were solely responsible for a heap of Bad Boy hit singles in the early to late 90’s, most notably for Biggie and Mase’s magnum opuses, as well as Puff’s own classic project “No Way Out.”
Over the years, Diddy has somehow found his way back to his first passion, with contributions to Jay Z’s conceptual “American Gangster” project, along with board-work on French Montana’s debut album “Excuse My French.” Now, inspired by the flick “Paid in Full,” Puff is bringing out the big guns for old times’ sake on his new album, and Ye will certainly be his team’s newest home-run hitter.
Nonetheless, this should be interesting. What do you think about the addition of Ye? Let us know what you think in the comment section.