Diddy is officially back. The legendary music mogul and artist has released The Love Album: Off The Grid, his first solo album in 17 years.
The 23-track set boasts an all-star cast of features, including The Weeknd, Mary J. Blige, Babyface, John Legend, Dawn Richard and Kalenna (Dirty Money), The-Dream, H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Summer Walker, Teyana Taylor, Coco Jones, Ty Dolla $ign, Jacquees, Jozzy and more.
The Weeknd appears on “Another One of Me” with 21 Savage and French Montana, the official lead single. Diddy confirmed that this will be The Weeknd’s final collaboration of his career.
“It’s official @theweeknd ’s last collab of his career will be on… The Love Album: Off The Grid!” Diddy wrote on Instagram. “Welcome to The Love Era.”
In August, The Weeknd told the crowd at his show in Warsaw, Poland, that he would no longer do features in the future. “I just want to say: This is going to be the last feature I ever do ever in my career, so I’m going to perform it for you guys tonight,” he said.
The Weeknd posted a clip from that moment of the show on X (formerly Twitter). “The final feature… unless daft punk get back together,” he wrote.
The Love Album is the follow-up to Diddy’s 2006 album, Press Play. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
On Tuesday (Sept. 12), Diddy brought Keyshia Cole out on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards to perform “Last Night,” a fan-favorite from Press Play.
Diddy’s performed as part of being honored with the Global Icon Award for his “unparalleled career and continued influence that has achieved unrivaled global success in music and beyond.” His set also included hits such as “I’ll Be Missing You,” “Bad Boys For Life,” and “I Need A Girl.”
Stream Diddy’s new album The Love Album: Off The Grid below.