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Here’s Why Diddy Admits The ‘Last Train To Paris’ Album Breaks His Heart

Here’s Why Diddy Admits The ‘Last Train To Paris’ Album Breaks His Heart

One of the most important hip-hop representatives of the 2000s and Grammy-winning rapper Diddy shared a post on Twitter to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his album ‘Last Train to Paris’ and got emotional.

Last Train to Paris is the joint album of Diddy and hip-hop duo Dirty Money and was released in 2010 by Bad Boy Records and Interscope Records. Guest vocalists on the album include Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Skylar Gray, Drake, Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj, TI, Wiz Khalifa, and more.

The album reached number 12 on the Billboard and exceeded all expectations and ranked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200. Contrary to Billboard’s estimation, the album sold 101k copies instead of 60k copies.

However, none of these successes seem to fix Diddy’s heart, as Diddy described Last Train to Paris as the album that broke his heart by celebrating the 10th anniversary of his album in a recent Twitter post.

Because the album is about Diddy’s alter-ego on his way from London to Paris to regain his lost love. Possibly, his lost love is Kim Porter, who was married to him once and had three children together. As you know, Porter died of a lung infection on November 15, 2018.

Here’s what Diddy tweeted:

“I can’t believe it’s been 10 years…. The album that broke my heart #LastTrainToParis”

Fans shared their memories and other things about this album with the rapper in the comments section.

A fan wrote:

“All I remember is the Album cover. You came to Paris for the album promo. You said on tv that the picture was taken in Paris train station. The Host said, ‘No no no Sir, this is a museum.’ You looked so embarrassed trying hard to explain. Everybody starting laughing.”

Another fan said:

“This album is beyond iconic.”

See the Twitter post below.

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