... for Piddly-Diddly Puff, aka Diddy (or did he?) and further facetiousness. The album is more low key than the usual confidence blimp that normally hoovers over the artist formerly known as Puff Daddy. Instead, 1 hour and a few minutes of nothing extravagant but a good track with the no-nonsense title "ass on the floor" - if this was inspired by his late-night trips to Paris, we can only speculate, but most likely this was the case. Don't miss Justin Timberlake making all sorts of crazy innuendos and references in "Shades". Other than that? Fesljummen, as the Swedes would say.