Diddy's Last Train to Paris turns 10 Monday (Dec. 14). In honor of his fifth album, which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, the hip-hop luminary provides never-before-seen studio sessions with Kid Cudi, Busta Rhymes, and more.
Though Diddy didn't feature the Man of the Moon star on his seminal album, in a newly surfaced clip, he and Cudi previously whipped up melodies in the studio. Mouthing off "Now or never" to the track, Cudi aims to find a comfortable flow on Puff's unknown track. "Just gotta get that flow and figure out something," says Cudi.
In different studio session, Rhymes praises Diddy for his newfound sound while crafting LTTP. "It's not left at all. It's future, though. That's why I'm feeling a little crazy like, 'What the f--k?" Busta exclaims. Afterward, Diddy plays Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "Angels" to Busta's delight.