AceShowbiz - Sean "Diddy" Combs is working on new music.
The "I'll Be Missing You" hitmaker's last project was his 2015 mixtape "MMM (Money Making Mitch)" - which featured the likes of Future, French Montana, Big Sean, and Lil' Kim - but after a long wait for fans, he's now announced they should get ready for something special.
He simply tweeted, "I'm making a classic."
He later shared the post to Instagram and added the caption, "On god!"
Earlier this year (21), the 51-year-old star - who last released a solo album, "Press Play", in 2006 - officially changed his middle name from John to Love.
The rapper - who has previously been known by various other monikers including Puff Daddy and P. Diddy - showed off a picture of his driver's license, revealing he had changed his legal name.
Alongside an Instagram post featuring his license and another photo of him writing "Love" inside a heart alongside different versions of his signature, he wrote, "Look what I just got in the mail today... IT'S OFFICIAL!!! WELCOME TO THE LOVE ERA. (sic)"
He also shared an extract from a court document - which was dated 21 January 2020 - in a second Instagram post and wrote, "Imma need y'all to take me seriously on this one!!! #TheLoveEra LOVE. (sic)"