Album: Last Train To Paris (2009)


  • This mellow number is a lead single from American rapper Diddy (previously known as Puff Daddy then P Diddy)'s fifth studio album, Last Train To Paris.
  • This song finds Diddy crooning (with the help of Auto-Tune) rather than rapping. He admitted to MTV News: "I'm definitely not the greatest singer in the world. It took me two weeks to do the song, straight up. It took me two weeks to get the song right. It's really supposed to be an expression. It's supposed to be the way your soul sounds. Not the way R. Kelly or Chris Brown sound, Mario, Trey Songz. It's supposed to be a very vulnerable emotional experience. I think we were able to capture that in the video and do it outta the box."
  • The song introduces Puff's new trio Dirty Money, consisting of himself, Danity Kane's Dawn Richard, and singer-songwriter Kalenna Harper.
  • The song samples Jay-Z's "Where I'm From" from his 1997 Where I'm From album and also features the Notorious B.I.G.
  • Last Train To Paris is a concept album in which Diddy's character takes an emotional journey from London to Paris and falls in love with a mysterious lady.


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