“Don’t worry if I write rhymes, I write checks,” are the famous words of Sean Diddy Combs. No matter if he wrote them or not, he still delivered them as he delivers on many fronts. No stranger to the Forbes list, Diddy has his hands in some many industries and businesses and he continues to add to his portfolio.
The mogul stepped in the Breakfast Club to speak with Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God, and DJ Envy to talk abou this new music project. He doesn’t want to call it an album or a mixtape, he is calling it something else. He explains how this project is a return to his roots. He describes it as New York, Harlem, and all the places and people that made him. This is a return to the Puff Daddy and the Family era according to Diddy.
In typical Breakfast Club fashion, they get Diddy to talk about few other things like living the Black American Dream and his final album that he will be releasing after this current project. Mr. Combs also expands on his going from “Me to We” concept. Check out the interview below.