Diddy wants Jay-Z, Lil Wayne and T-Pain for new album

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P. Diddy is planning to duet with Jay-Z.

The rapper is currently working on a concept album entitled Last Train To Paris and told MTV he has lined up a wide range of guest artists to tell the story of the record, including Drake, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and possibly the 99 Problems star.

He added: “The thing about the album, it’s not about the features. Each artist, they got down with the story line, they got down with the movement. I think that’s when features work — when people come into your work and they adapt to what you’re trying to portray.”

The rapper – real name Sean Combs – has recently taken his Bad Boy record label away from Atlantic Records onto Interscope and says he is delighted by the switch in parent company.

He said: “The Last Train to Paris album is definitely a perfect fit for the whole Interscope system, because the album is pushing the envelope, it’s something fresh and it’s something new. And we know that when Interscope gets behind an album and gets behind an artist that it breaks big.

“I feel like I’m in great company. I’m in the best company of the world. I feel like how A-Rod felt when he got traded to the Yankees.”