After over a year of delays, Diddy-Dirty Money’s debut album Last Train to Paris is finally ready to pull into the station. The LP is officially set for a December 14 release, a date when fans can see what Diddy, Kalenna, and Dawn Richard have been cooking up in the studio.
Last Train, described as an “electro-hip-hop-soul-funk experience blending elements of U.K. grime, Mediterranean techno, and the 808s of American hip-hop,” will feature guest appearances from Grace Jones, Usher, T.I., Lil Wayne, Justin Timberlake, Drake, Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and Bilal.
Additionally, producers for the project include Danja, Polow Da Don, Sean Garrett, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Swizz Beatz, Rodney Jerkins, D’Mile, and Mario Winans.
The album has already spawned the singles “Hello Good Morning” featuring T.I. and the Drake-assisted “Loving You No More,” for which the group shot a video with director Gil Green in Miami.
The trio will put out their new single “Coming Home” in the next two weeks. The saga continues!Tweet
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