While Diddy’s exit from a longstanding relationship with WMG has been much-discussed for weeks, the Bad Boy mogul seems to have more on his plate than an expected label home for his next album “Last Train To Paris”. In a statement released through Billboard Friday, Diddy confirmed plans to not just exit WMG but plans to reveal an undisclosed venture. “Now that the term of the Warner deal has ended, I have elected to accept an opportunity to move my recording career and future label venture to another company,” said Diddy. While Diddy has not revealed any further information, it has been speculated that Interscope is involved with the soon to be announced deal. Diddy’s last album, “Press Play,” was released via WMG in 2006. It spawned the hit singles “Come To Me (ft. Nicole Scherzinger)” and “Last Night (ft. Keyshia Cole)”.
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