No sooner has Diddy announced a return to the name Puff Daddy than he's back to flaunting his impresario persona on record (not that that exactly disappeared in the interim). Today he released a new single, featuring Rick Ross and French Montana, on iTunes. Titled "Big Homie," it has the three artists playing pretty much exactly the type of grandiose role that a song called "Big Homie" requires.

It also features some classically brilliant Diddy (oops—Puff Daddy, rather) shit-talking on the intro, with Puff railing on the stereotypes he's faced as he's gotten older. "Don't be afraid to get old, man, you may learn some shit," he shouts.

"Big Homie" is off Puff's new album Money Makin' Mitch, due later this year. Stream it below via Spotify:

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