It has been a while that you've heard Diddy producing any music or starting any other groups. Sure, Diddy has been featured on recent music, but he's been chilling for the most part. Well, Diddy, who has added Love to his name, is hopping back into the music business. He covers Vanity Fair and told the magazine he is coming back to music after a long hiatus with a new label comprised of all R&B artists. And we are sure some people may be giving Love the side eye. Of course, we all remember many of his groups, namely, Danity Kane and even Day 26. They were hot, then they fell off. But Love said he wasn't to focus on R&B because, "I feel like R&B was abandoned and it’s a part of our African American culture." And aside from the fact that Aubrey O'Day from Danity Kane accused Diddy of stealing money, some people may be skeptical to sign with him. However, he plans on making things different this go 'round and said there will be "50-50 partnerships with pure transparency." Let's see who he can put on the map.