Diddy has long been a force in the music industry in many capacities. But despite a ton of production credits under his belt, he is not usually known for mixing songs in post-production. The last time he was credited for contributing to the mixing process was on his debut album No Way Out in 1997. But it looks like he will be returning to his days of mixing in 2014 with Rick Ross's forthcoming album, Mastermind. Ross tweeted early this morning that his sixth studio album will be mixed by the Bad Boy founder.

Of course, the exact nature of Diddy's role behind the boards has not yet been defined. He has a lengthy discography as producer, but is more known for helping put ideas together rather than being hands-on.

Here's footage of him adjusting the boards during the mixing process of Last Train To Paris.

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