During an appearance on The Breakfast Club today (November 4), Puff Daddy shared a few updates in regards to his music career.
He revealed that his newly-released mixtape, MMM is a “prequel” to No Way Out 2, which will serve as his final album. Puff went on to explain that he plans on touring and having fun over the next two years, before moving on to “the next thing that God has destined.”
“MMM is the prequel to No Way Out 2,” Puff Daddy said. “No Way Out 2 is gonna be my final album. I’m about to start doing—These next two years are gonna be my final touring. And I’m real happy about that. When you have six kids and you have other things that you want to do to kind of take things to the next level, sometimes you gotta make decisions to end certain chapters. And for me, I wanna just have fun. Have two years of having fun. Put out my best music. And I wanna go to the next thing that God has destined. I definitely don’t wanna make it dramatic and all of that.”
Later in the interview, when asked by Charlamagne when he knows it’s time to retire, Puff answered by stating that it’s when he’s “on top.”
The original No Way Out was released in 1997, and served as Puff’s debut studio album. The album featured guest appearances from a number of artists on the Bad Boy Records roster, including The Notorious B.I.G., Ma$e, and Lil Kim.
MMM was released today (November 4).
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