Sean Combs's alter ego returns in his latest Bad Boy trailer, also featuring Rick Ross and French Montana.
The return of the '90s is complete, now that Sean "Diddy" Combs has come back as the beloved Puff Daddy, fur coat and all. (What is that, chinchilla?)
In the new trailer for his next music video, "Big Homie," released Monday (March 24) via his RevoltTV, the Bad Boy mogul is officially billed by the nickname he rose to fame with early in his career.
The just under 60-second clip shows him riding around with Meek Mill and follows him as he goes browsing through a corner store in a way that only Puff could. Rick Ross and French Montana make featured appearances, both are guest vocalists on the song; and A$AP Mob was also on set to rep for Harlem.
And if that's not excitement enough, word is there will be plenty more cameos in the completed video, shot on location in Puff's home borough, as well as in a couple of his favorite second hometowns — Atlanta and Miami.
Director team Jay Rodriguez and Rock Davis were at the helm.
"Big Homie" is the first single off Diddy's upcoming fifth studio album, MMM, scheduled for release sometime this year. The video is slated to drop April 1.
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