After a nearly two-decade hiatus from music, Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, has made a lovesick comeback with his latest album. The rapper-turned-entrepreneur, who established Combs Enterprises in 2013 to oversee a vast array of ventures, including a record label, spirits brand, TV channel, clothing line, and a non-profit foundation, has finally returned to the music scene.
On September 15, Diddy dropped “The Love Album: Off the Grid,” marking his first album release in nearly 20 years. This 23-song project is a timeless homage to the R&B genre and the themes that have deeply influenced his musical journey. It also represents a significant milestone as the debut release under his own label, Love Records.
“The Love Album: Off the Grid” boasts an impressive lineup of guest artists, with Mary J. Blige, Justin Bieber, Teyana Taylor, Summer Walker, Burna Boy, and Jazmine Sullivan adding their magic to the mix.
In a statement, Diddy shared his thoughts on this long-awaited release: “It’s been three years in the making, and I stepped away from music for a while—just going through life’s peaks and valleys. And to be able to return to music, my first love, and to deliver some exceptional R&B music for y’all today is incredible.”
Listeners can now stream Diddy’s “The Love Album: Off the Grid” across all major platforms. This musical homecoming promises to be a treat for fans, as Diddy takes us on a journey through the heart and soul of R&B.