Sean "Diddy" Combs may be returning to his roots for his next album, MMM.
A teaser for the video to his single, "Big Homie" featuring Rick Ross and French Montana, lists the Bad Boy Records exec by his former stage name, Puff Daddy.
Many websites say the return of Puff Daddy represents yet another name change from Combs, who has also gone by P. Diddy and most recently Diddy. But he took to Twitter to say that he didn't change his name again. Instead, he proclaims, "I always have been and always will be PUFF DADDY."
Puffy's Revolt TV reports that the "Big Homie" music video was filmed on location in Atlanta, Miami and Harlem. Apart from collaborators Rick Ross and French Montana, the video will also feature cameos from Meek Mill, A$AP Mob and more. The video for "Big Homie" will arrive on April 1st.
Check it out below: