What a way to celebrate your birthday.
It’s believed that Puff Daddy has spent the better part of the last year-and-a-half prepping two albums, MMM (Money Making Mitch) and No Way Out 2, but for quite some time, there was no clear indicator as to which was further along, or which would drop first.
Well, today is the mogul’s 46th birthday, and he’s celebrating by unleashing one of the full-length albums, MMM, to the masses for free.99. The album’s teasing began in 2014 with Puff’s Rick Ross-featured “Big Homie”–and it’s industry-uniting music video–and continued with a Meek Mill collaboration, “I Want The Love,” and several social media campaigns meant to remind folks that even though the breaks in between releases were lengthy, the album was always still happening.
The tracklist for the album can be seen above, and you can download it here. Keep in mind, there’s much more Puff Daddy to come. No Way Out 2 is expected sooner rather than later, and that album will feature Puff’s bouncy cut with Pharrell, “Finna Get Loose,” and more.