Each Tuesday our friends at Street Date break down the hottest albums about to drop. This week the crew reviews Last Train To Paris.
Relax your mind and let your conscience be free. It’s Diddy’s Last Train to Paris. Are you on or off? As we all know, Diddy likes to do things big and Last Train to Paris is no exception, which explains why it took him the past three years to create it.
The album is big on emotion, big on names, and big on that futuristic, electronic sound.
It follows Diddy’s alter-ego on a journey from London to Paris in search of his lost love.
According to the rapper, “it’s the most vulnerable album” he’s ever created and is filled with “raw emotion.”
The album also features his new group, Dirty Money, as well as other artists like [lastfm]Usher[/lastfm], [lastfm]Lil Wayne[/lastfm], [lastfm]Drake[/lastfm], [lastfm]Trey Songz[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Skylar Grey[/lastfm].
In conjunction with the album’s couture concept, it also features the voices of a few of the biggest fashion icons, such as Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrahi, and Tommy Hilfiger, in between tracks.
The rest of the super sonic, star-studded album includes:
- Yeah Yeah You Would
- I Hate That You Love Me
- Ass On The Floor (feat. [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Swizz Beatz[/lastfm])
- Looking For Love (feat. Usher)
- Someone To Love Me
- Hate You Now
- Yesterday (feat. Chris Brown)
- Shades (feat. Lil Wayne & Justin Timberlake)
- Angels (feat. Notorious B.I.G.)
- Your Love (feat. Trey Songz)
- Strobe Lights (feat. Lil Wayne)
- Hello Good Morning (feat. T.I.)
- I Know (feat. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa)
- Coming Home (feat. Skylar Gray)
- Loving You No More (feat. Drake)
Last Train to Paris takes off in stores and online Dec. 14, but you can book your trip in advance at iTunes!