Diddy-Dirty Money, the latest musical project for Combs, consists of Diddy and singers Dawn Richard, formerly of Danity Kane, and Kalenna Harper.
The song opens with a simple piano intro and delicate vocals from Grey, before Diddy appears to declare, "I'm back where I belong / I never felt so strong." He references a different popular song in each verse, rapping, "I hear 'The Tears of a Clown,' I hate that song / I feel like they talking to me when it comes on."
Diddy raps that he's put his mistakes behind him and is ready to return home. He admits, "It's easy to be Puff, it's harder to be Sean," while also getting in the obligatory "I miss you, B.I.G." shout-out.
Diddy confirmed via his Twitter page that 'Coming Home' was produced by Jay-Z and Alex Da Kid. The new song will appear on the first Diddy-Dirty Money album 'Last Train to Paris,' scheduled for a Dec. 14 release on Interscope Records.
Listen to 'Coming Home' on AOL Radio's New R&B First station.