Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has set on stone a release date for his upcoming sixth studio album "Last Train to Paris". Working with The-Dream, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, The Neptunes, Marion Winans, T-Pain, Rodney Jerkins and The Souldiggaz among other producers on the set, he plots to drop it in U.S. on September 22.
"I'm ushering in a new movement called 'train music'," Diddy says. "I am going to show the world a new refreshing side of me. [The album] is deeper than any other stuff I have ever made. It's a profound love story. I've been a businessman for the past two years. It's time for me to focus on being an artist again."
"It's about this tumultuous love roller-coaster relationship that occurs," Diddy opens up more about the new album. "It's everything from love, pain, sex, God, celebration. It's a lot of things rolled into one. It's a conceptual album."
P. Diddy first uncovered his new album during the airing of MTV's "Making the Band 4" season three part 2 on February 12. At that time, he stated that the record will contain electro hip-hop songs, which feature the heavy use of Auto-Tune.
In addition to crafting songs for "Last Train to Paris", Diddy is rumored to work with British singer Alexandra Burke. Along with Timbaland, he is said to help the winner of 2008 "The X-Factor" recording her debut studio effort.