Bad Boy ruled the 1990s and early 2000s thanks to the beatsmiths of the production team The Hitmen, which consisted of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star Stevie J, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, LV, Sean C, Chucky Thompson, Mario Winans and Nashiem Myrick. For his album is five years, Money Makin' Mitch, Puffy has decided to reunite the collective and add a new member, Kanye West.
Diddy took to Instagram to make his announcement with a video of him grooving in the studio with Mario Winans.
"Ladies and gentlemen I'm pleased to announce that I am back behind the board! I got the hitman with me @chucklife365@iammariowinans@hitmansteviej_1@itsseanc@lvizual DDOT , NASHIEM & the newest member of the hitman KANYE WEST #BREAKINGNEWS#Everythingisgoingtobealright#MMM," he wrote on his IG.
The hip-hop mogul gave a taste of what listeners can expect last year when he released the track full of braggadacio, "Big Homie" featuring Rick Ross.
This isn't the only project Yeezy has been snagged for. He's not only working on his next album,' So Help Me God, but he was also selected to produce the music bed for the upcoming WGN slavery drama Underground.